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When remodeling a house, architects are tasked with fixing or altering a previous architect’s design. For Bill Willers that previous architect turned out to be himself. In 2002 he completely renovated and added on to a 1966 Sea Ranch–style home in Sonoma, California, for a set of clients whose traditional style included granite countertops, distressed stone tile and Arts and Crafts–style light fixtures. Almost a decade later, those clients moved out and the home's new owners approached Willers to remodel the space to their needs.

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