Bungalows: Design Ideas for Renovating, Remodeling, and Building New

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Taunton Press, 2002 - Architecture - 202 pages
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Bungalows" provides a history and overview, along with proven, tasteful design solutions for a variety of bungalow-style remodels, additions, renovations, and new construction. Includes options for a wide variety of budgets, styles and sizes of homes. 280 photos. 115 drawings.
 

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The first volume in Taunton's new "Updating Classic America" series, this title provides a wealth of ideas for renovating, remodeling, or building bungalow-style homes. Architects Connolly and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Bungalow Hallmarks
10
Birth of the Bungalow
16
From Duplex to Deluxe
29
Continuing the Tradition
36
the Walls
42
Secreted Square Feet
49
A Starter Becomes an Ender
66
Coming Up with a Flan
143
A Woodsy Bungalow
148
Northwest Prairie
156
Traditional Lines Modern Materials
166
In the Newport Tradition
174
Historic Housing
180
chapter five The Once
186
Drama in the Attic
192

Including the Kitchen Sink
78
chapter four BrandNew
136

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About the author (2002)

M. Caren Connolly is a landscape architect, and Louis Wasserman, AIA, is an architect whose work, including research funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, has been nationally recognized. They have taught art, architecture, and landscape architecture nationwide. They are the authors of Bungalows, published by The Taunton Press. They live in Milwaukee, Wisc.

Landscape architect M. Caren Connolly and architect Louis Wasserman, both graduates of Harvard's School of Design, share a passion for American design and an architectural studio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their previous books include two volumes in the "Updating Classic America" series: "Bungalows" and "Ranches.

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