A house designed and built by William Whiffler, former CSM professor of architecture, has been entered into the National Register of Historic Places.
Whifler, along with Paul Zimmerman, created the architectural program at CSM. He had a very limited practice and did just a handful of projects in his lifetime, which also includes the Burlingame City Hall. His best work was the tiny house on Drake Avenue, built for his mother in Burlingame, which is now the only home in Burlingame on the National Register of Historic Places.
The creatively-designed property is the only home in Burlingame to gain such recognition.