All their own: people and the places they build
Photographs and describes the unconventional, highly imaginative homes that ordinary people from the United States and British Columbia have built out of such materials as driftwood, concrete, hand-dried bricks, and bottles
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adobe arch architect architecture Arizona Baldasare Forestiere Bathroom Bedroom birdhouses born bottles Breakfast Room British Columbia build a home builder California Carolyn Smiley carpenter carved castle Charles Caskin chicken Colbert Eyrand color concrete courtesy DAVID BROWN Desert Hot Springs designed Dickeyville died Dining Room dream Eureka farm father feet fence fireplace foot FRED BURNS Fresno garage Garden Garden of Eden glass golly Grotto grow hardpan helped Henry Dorsey hill idea imprint incomplete Kitchen land Litto Living Area Living Room look marbles Mary Lou Gulley materials Maude Meagher milk moved newspapers Nitwitt ourselves Patio petrified wood pieces plans plants Porch responsive architecture retired road rock Room 13 rrrr S.P. Dinsmoor Schenkman Shawsville Shed spider started building stone Stonington stopped Storage Terrace Terrace Garden things thought Tower toys Tree underground walls wanted Wernerus window wood World Youth