Reprinting 36 articles that originally appeared in The Craftsman magazine between 1903–1916, this collection includes graphic descriptions of 59 bungalows, floor plans for 35 dwellings, and numerous sketches or photographs of houses in landscaped setting. A primary source of information ... read more
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Reprinting 36 articles that originally appeared in The Craftsman magazine between 1903–1916, this collection includes graphic descriptions of 59 bungalows, floor plans for 35 dwellings, and numerous sketches or photographs of houses in landscaped setting. A primary source of information and ideas for architects, students, historians, preservationists, restorers, and anyone interested in the Arts and Crafts movement.
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