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University of California, Berkeley, Environmental Design Archives
Oakland & Imada The San Francisco firm of Claude Oakland and Kinji Imada, (partnered in 1977) designed a variety of residential projects including single family, apartments, condominiums, urban renewal, public and elderly housing, as well as a number of rehabilitation, historic preservation, and remodeling projects. The firm’s best-known projects include subdivision houses for Eichler Homes in various Bay Area and Southern California communities, Pomeroy Green (Santa Clara), and the Computation Center at Stanford University. Among their rehabilitation projects is the restoration of the Goodman Building (San Francisco)."
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