At Home: Pasadena

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Prospect Park Publishing, 2007 - Architecture - 184 pages
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From its founding, Pasadena has been about home and homes. Famed internationally for its superb Arts & Crafts bungalows, Pasadena is also about a longer architectural story that includes Queen Anne Victorians, Spanish haciendas, colonial revivals,grand Mediterranean villas, iconic midcentury moderns, sleek contemporary masterworks and more. At HOME PASADENA IS THE FIRST BOOK TO FEATURE Pasadena homes in all their variety and diversity. In addition to all the diverse architectural styles, this book's chapters delve into all the various aspects found in Pasadena homes. Beautifully illustrated with color photography throughout, this book is a gold mine of ideas for upgrading all aspects of the home and garden, especially for Western lifestyles.

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About the author (2007)

Jill Alison Ganon is a co-author of Hometown Pasadena and the author of several other books. A former managing editor of American Bungalow, she lives in an Arts & Crafts house in southwest Pasadena. Sandy Gillis is a co-author of Hometown Pasadena as well as a wholesale florist, garden consultant and all-around horticulturalist. She lives in Altadena, where she grows roses and raises chickens and children.

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