The Sea Ranch home of Bay Area landscape architect Lawrence Halprin is on the market for $8 million

Halprin’s own second home features an unpainted wood exterior and a slanted roof. It still has traces of personal touches from when his family lived there, including rugs, window seats and other decor, while the architect’s separate studio still has some of his sketches pinned to the wall, according to the Forbes article. 

The late architect, who died in 2009 at the age of 93, was also known for crafting a number of famous outdoor spaces throughout San Francisco, including Ghirardelli Square, Levi’s Plaza, the Letterman Digital Arts Center in the Presidio, the amphitheater at Stern Grove and the United Nations Plaza downtown, in addition to other landscape planning for BART stations. 

The home is listed through Sonoma and Mendocino-based real estate agency Liisberg and Company. 

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