Greene & Greene
- A critical monograph that charts the joint and independent careers of brothers Charles and Henry Greene, creators of the most iconic houses of the American Arts & Crafts movement- Illustrated with new colour photography and draws on a wealth of previously unpublished archival material- Examines in detail their most significant works, such as the Gamble, Blacker and Thorsen houses- Showcases Californian architecture of the period, with its Asian influences and rich wood craftsmanship
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