Yabba Dabba Doo! The whimsical home is named for its resemblance to the prehistoric dwelling of 1960s cartoon character Fred Flintstone. This Hillsborough iconic landmark was designed in 1976 by Bay Area architect William Nicholson. Architectural enthusiasts and creatives alike are in awe of this striking residence nestled into the hillside overlooking Crystal Springs Reservoir and seen from highway 280. Giant dinosaur sculptures complete the ambiance to this iconic modern Stone-Age home. Emeryville architect Eugene Tsui designed the kitchen. Burning Man artist, Dan Das Mann, fabricated beautiful steel doors. Oakland artist, John Lewis Glass Studio, created the custom glasswork in the kitchen and guest bath. Tim Weldon paintings grace many of the open curved walls. The conversation pit that sits beneath the tallest dome is decorated with an Italian Catellani and Smith medusa chandelier. Time travel back in time to this prehistoric era for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Meetings $400 /hr Private venue. Max 20 ppl. Daytime Events $800 /hr Private venue. Max 50 ppl. Evening & Weekend Events $1,200 /hr Private venue. Max 50 ppl. A stone-age dwelling for special happy hours, photography shoots, team offsites and more!
There is no smoking allowed on the premises. No glitter or confetti can be used. There is no open flame allowed on site or any cooking that will create a large amount of smoke. Use of kitchen is strictly limited to light use, due to sensitive artwork and installations. Outside food/catering permitted.