California Bungalows of the Twenties

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Dover Publications #ad - 231 black-and-white illustrations. Reprint of rare catalog includes front or front-angled elevations, floor plans and interior sketches for dozens of authentic bungalow designs, many unique to the California landscape. Detailed descriptions point out special features and possibilities of each design, and include estimates of costs.

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The Bungalow Book: Floor Plans and Photos of 112 Houses, 1910 Dover Architecture

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Dover Publications #ad - Cozy, charming, and distinctly Californian, the bungalow is an enduring architectural icon. Originally designed to survive earthquakes, rambling structures combined grace, the low, beauty, and comfort at minimum cost. Early in the twentieth century, los angeles architect Henry Wilson, who called himself "The Bungalow Man, " compiled 112 of the most popular and economic bungalow blueprints of his time in a catalog for would-be homeowners.

. Complementing each set of prints was an illustration or photograph of the completed house, living and dining rooms, which most frequently contained two or three bedrooms with closet space, a kitchen with pantry, and a bath. An ideal reference for preservationists and restorers, this reprint of Wilson's rare catalog represents a wonderful time capsule and invaluable guide to a popular style of American domestic architecture.

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Craftsman Bungalows: Designs from the Pacific Northwest Dover Architecture

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Dover Publications #ad - A mix of spanish tile, overhanging gables, handcrafted stone, stucco exteriors, wraparound porches, and woodwork added up to many a homeowner's dream. A fascinating showcase of primary American architecture, builders, historians, Craftsman Bungalows is an indispensable resource for architects, and illustrators.

The name was derived from a popular magazine called The Craftsman, published by renowned furniture designer Gustav Stickley who sold plans for these homes designed for "beauty, convenience, and comfort. This fascinating reprint of a rare architectural catalog is filled with photos of actual completed bungalows from the era, built prior to 1919.

Craftsman Bungalows: Designs from the Pacific Northwest Dover Architecture #ad - . With origins in britain, the Craftsman style was a reaction against the excesses of the Victorian era. From the late nineteenth century to the early 1920s, the Arts and Crafts Movement spread with great popularity across America. Craftsman bungalows were distinguished by their charming simplicity, cozy style, and storybook appeal.

Geared to the climate of the northern and eastern regions, each bungalow is an authentic Craftsman design and features a photo, description, floor plan, and original costs.

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500 Small Houses of the Twenties Dover Architecture

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Dover Publications #ad - With the beginning market for small- to medium-sized one-family dwellings came a succession of innovative home designs that transformed American domestic architecture. This outstanding book presents 500 small-home designs of the 1920s as they appeared in a major architectural publication of 1923. Spurred by a rapidly expanding economy and abundant resources of land, building materials and skilled labor, the dream of building and owning one's own home became a reality in America in the 1920s.

. Architects, architectural & social historians, students, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design. Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. The bungalow and semi-bungalow were perhaps the biggest design news of the times, and they are generously represented in this huge collection.

500 Small Houses of the Twenties Dover Architecture #ad - Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 By leading domestic artists of the period. Each design is presented in a handsome perspective drawing or photograph, along with floor plans and a description of its principal features. The designs reflect many variations on the basic themes of American colonial architecture, updated by new construction technology and the design aesthetics of the post‒World War I era.

Many are by leading domestic architects of the period. Includes floorplans & description of principle features.

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An Unabridged Reprint - Sears, Roebuck Catalog of Houses, 1926: Small Houses of the Twenties

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Dover Publications #ad - By leading domestic artists of the period. Also shown are several room interiors for each of 14 homes, along with photographs and plans for nine garages and a hunter's cabin. Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. Includes floorplans & description of principle features. Readers may recognize familiar architectural styles in designs such as the cozy six-room "Homewood" bungalow or the elegant "Lexington, " a nine-room, green-shuttered colonial.

For almost 20 years, roebuck and company purveyed the materials for complete prefabricated houses, Sears, providing thousands of Americans with attractive and comfortable low-cost dwellings. Architects, students, architectural & social historians, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design.

Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 In addition to visual documentation, the catalog provides extensive, windows, detailed construction information, ranging from the grade of exterior siding to the type of wood used for flooring, and trim. An invaluable primary source illustrated for anyone engaged in the study, this period catalog will also be of special value to architectural and social historians, Americana enthusiasts, or restoration of antique homes or furnishings, authentication, and general readers.

An Unabridged Reprint - Sears, Roebuck Catalog of Houses, 1926: Small Houses of the Twenties #ad - Many of these homes are still a common feature in cities and towns across America. The present volume, provides a thorough, a meticulous reproduction of a rare Sears, Roebuck catalog of 1926, accurate record of the company's "Honor Bilt Modern Homes. Over 300 photographs and illustrations, with full descriptions, offer views of 86 different houses and cottages of widely varying sizes and designs.

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Craftsman Homes: Architecture and Furnishings of the American Arts and Crafts Movement

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Dover Publications #ad - Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 Includes floorplans & description of principle features. Thorough coverage of Craftsman idea in text and picture, now collector's item. By leading domestic artists of the period. Architects, students, architectural & social historians, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design.

Craftsman Homes: Architecture and Furnishings of the American Arts and Crafts Movement #ad - Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. 296 architectural drawings, floor plans, and photographs illustrate 40 different kinds of "Mission-style" homes from The Craftsman 1901-16, voice of American style of simplicity and organic harmony.

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117 House Designs of the Twenties Dover Architecture

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Dover Publications #ad - Many reflect a strong interest in exterior detailing, stucco pillars, broad eaves, and flower boxes, heavy timber brackets, in the form of cypress siding, among other features. Each house is shown in a large frontal illustration. The specifics of plumbing, heating, and lighting are included in a special section at the back of the book.

Architects, architectural and social historians — anyone interested in American home design — will enjoy the rich variety of designs presented. By leading domestic artists of the period. Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. Republished in association with the athenaeum of philadelphia, this authentic catalog provides not only an indispensable repository of information about the homes themselves but a source of insight into American life at a time when owning a home became a widely realizable dream for a rapidly growing middle class.

117 House Designs of the Twenties Dover Architecture #ad - Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 Floor plans for the first and second floors are included, and interior and exterior detailing are extensively described. Includes floorplans & description of principle features. Architects, architectural & social historians, students, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design.

Labor and materials were plentiful and cheap, and new trends in home design made the prospect of homebuilding an exciting venture. And there are large, formal homes as well, many of which embody America's unflagging interest in colonial styling.

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Shop Drawings for Craftsman Interiors: Cabinets, Moldings & Built-Ins for Every Room in the Home Fox Chapel Publishing Advice & Details Developed from Original Gustav Stickley Architectural Designs

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Cambium Press #ad - By leading domestic artists of the period. Architects, architectural & social historians, students, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design. Used book in Good Condition. Everyone loves the beauty and serenity of stickley craftsman interiors! this book includes: moldings and trim: crowns, chair rail, passage doors, baseboards, medicine cabinets, picture rail, pass-through cabinet, beams, door and window casing, room divider, casement windows Kitchens: original cabinets adapted to modern standard dimensions, kitchen dresser, doors with lights, frameless cabinets, kitchen nook Built-Ins: china cabinets, sideboard, vee-groove and ledger doors, wall paneling with cabinetry Bed and bath: closet with seat, wainscot Doors and windows: exterior doors, bookcases, French doors, his-and-hers cabinet.

The introductory texts focus on design, installation, materials, construction, and finishing. Shop drawings for craftsman interiors gives the architect, practical, and furniture maker the heart of the Craftsman aesthetic in an attractive, builder, interior designer, woodworker, and durable format. Includes floorplans & description of principle features.

Shop Drawings for Craftsman Interiors: Cabinets, Moldings & Built-Ins for Every Room in the Home Fox Chapel Publishing Advice & Details Developed from Original Gustav Stickley Architectural Designs #ad - Fireplace, mantel & stairs: fire surrounds, newels, fireplace with entertainment center, balusters, decorators, paneled nooks with seats, tread-and-riser details This is the first and only comprehensive book of shop drawings for woodworkers, carpenters, and homeowners who wish to create or renovate interiors in the Craftsman style.

Everyone loves the craftsman style: Serene interiors featuring perfectly proportioned furniture, woodwork, and built-ins. Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph.

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Spanish-Colonial Architecture in the United States Dover Architecture

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Dover Publications #ad - Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 By leading domestic artists of the period. Among the sites explored: St. Includes floorplans & description of principle features. Augustine, santa barbara, san juan capistrano, San Antonio, Tucson, Santa Fe, San Diego, and Carmel.

A classic work by a distinguished architectural historian, the Gulf Coast, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, tracing Spanish architectural influence in Florida, and California in text illustrated by 195 photographs and 50 measured drawings. Architects, architectural & social historians, students, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design.

Spanish-Colonial Architecture in the United States Dover Architecture #ad - Used book in Good Condition.

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Best-Selling 1-Story Home Plans, Updated 4th Edition: Over 360 Dream-Home Plans in Full Color Creative Homeowner Craftsman, Country, Contemporary, and Traditional Designs with 250+ Color Photos

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Creative Homeowner #ad - From convenient ranch homes to traditional cottages, you'll find a wide variety of styles and sizes here to meet your budget. Architects, architectural & social historians, students, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design.

Best-Selling 1-Story Home Plans, Updated 4th Edition: Over 360 Dream-Home Plans in Full Color Creative Homeowner Craftsman, Country, Contemporary, and Traditional Designs with 250+ Color Photos #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Includes floorplans & description of principle features. By leading domestic artists of the period. Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. If you're planning to build your own one-story dream home, this extensive collection will show you the best selling and most stylish designs available today! more than 360 plans to help you find & build your dream home More than 250 color photos of finished 1-story homes Home plans from top architects and designers from all over North America Wide variety of styles and sizes suited for any budget, & how to maximize your living space CAD blueprint files available for order, from Traditional Ranch style to Country Craftsman cottages Special sections featuring outdoor living trends, for easy customizing More than 350 home plans were selected for Best-Selling 1-Story Home Plans, today's top features in a home, kitchen design ideas, Updated 4th Edition as most desirable based on actual sales data.

And with complete construction blueprints available for each and every house shown, you can build your special home just the way you want! Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 .

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The Most Popular Homes of the Twenties Dover Architecture

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Dover Publications #ad - By leading domestic artists of the period. Styles range from english cottages and Spanish bungalows to Dutch colonials, New England farmhouses, and Italianate designs. More than 250 illustrations, and 21 color plates, complement the text, which contains detailed descriptions of exteriors and interiors. Includes floorplans & description of principle features.

Other home-improvement suggestions offer tips on landscaping gardens and designing interior woodwork. Reiff, an authority on antique house-plan books, offers an informative introduction that places these authentic views of early-twentieth-century American architecture into a wider context. Daniel D. Architects, students, architectural & social historians, and enthusiasts of architecture and design will find a rich selection of small home concepts that once set the standard for a new era in American home design.

The Most Popular Homes of the Twenties Dover Architecture #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Based on a rare 1925 catalog, construction details, this showcase of one of the most beloved eras of American architecture features floor plans, and photos of twenty-six homes. Presented in handsome perpective drawing or photograph. Supplementary articles explain how to convert porches into living space, install plumbing, and build garages.

Includes 500 small home designs of the 1920 .

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