Harry Gesner, the dashing, surf-loving architect whose soaring designs celebrated California’s dramatic landscape in houses that straddled canyons, perched over beaches and cantilevered from cliffs, died on June 10 at his home in Malibu, Calif., a whorl of a place called the Sandcastle. He was 97.
The cause was complications of cancer, said Casey Dolan, his stepson.
Mr. Gesner, who was raised in California, could ski and surf like a pro. He flew his first plane at 14. The actress June…
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