Craftsman Bungalows: 59 Homes from the Craftsman

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Courier Corporation, 1903 - Architecture - 151 pages
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The present publication feature 36 articles that appeared in "The Craftsman" between 1903 and 1916. Included are graphic descriptions of 59 "bungalows" (most of which were actually spacious, year-round homes), floor plans for 35 dwellings and many sketches or photographs of houses in landscape settings.
 

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Contents

How to Build a Bungalow December 1903
1
A Forest Bungalow June 1904
9
A Style of Architecture Which Expresses the Individuality and Freedom Characteristic of Our Western Coast October 1907
12
A Small Bungalow Worth Studying August 1908
25
Interesting Timber Construction in a California Bungalow May 1909
28
By Charles Alma Byers August 1909
32
Summer Bungalows in DelawareDesigned to Afford Comfort in Little Space November 1909
36
A Mountain Bungalow Whose Appearance of Crude Construction Is the Result of Skilful Design December 1909
40
A Bachelors Bungalow February 1913
85
Inexpensive Comfortable and Attractive By Charles Alma Byers April 1913
87
Vacation Bungalows that Appeal Besides as Homes of Comfort and Refreshment June 1913
90
Craftsman Houses Built for Outdoor Living June 1913
94
More Craftsman Bungalows for Country and Suburban HomeBuilders August 1913
99
Raymond Riordons Indiana Bungalow October 1913
104
By H L Gaut December 1913
112
A Craftsman Bungalow Whose Owner Was His Own Architect May 1914
114

By Helens Luken Gaut June 1910
44
By Helen Luken Gaut July 1910
48
By Arnold L Gesell September 1910
51
A California Bungalow of Stone and Shingle Worth Studying Both in Design and Interior Finish September 1911
56
A California Bungalow of Originality and Charm November 1911
58
By Charlotte Dyer April 1912
62
By Charles Alma Byers May 1912
68
By Della M Echols June 1912
71
Transforming a Barn into a Bungalow By Eunice T Gray September 1912
74
By Charles Alma Byers October 1912
77
By Laura Rinkle Johnson November 1912
81
A New Zealand Bungalow that Shows the True Craftsmans Art June 1914
116
A New Development in Intimate Home Architecture Photographs by Helen Lukens Gaut November 1914
121
Comfort and Economy Combined in Small Craftsman Homes February 1915
125
By Charles Alma Byers February 1915
130
A Hillside Home Among the Trees June 1915
133
A New and Charming Variation in Home Architecture By Charles Alma Byers July 1915
137
By M Roberts Conover February 1916
142
A Story of HomeMaking May 1916
146
By Charles Alma Byers August 1916
150
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Furniture maker and architect Gustav Stickley (1858–1942) was a leading spokesman for the American Craftsman movement, a design trend descended directly from the British Arts and Crafts movement.

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