Book Review: The New Bungalow

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Filled with photos — from simple, charming streetscapes to warm, rich interiors — The New Bungalow is a wealth of details and ideas for builders and designers interested in the Arts and Crafts style of architecture.

May 01, 2002

 

Filled with photos — from simple, charming streetscapes to warm, rich interiors — The New Bungalow is a wealth of details and ideas for builders and designers interested in the Arts and Crafts style of architecture.

In his opening essay on the bungalow’s history, Matthew Bialecki, AIA, points out that the Arts and Crafts revival has lasted as long as the original movement in the United States. The revival is shown in great detail through beautiful photography of new homes — both interiors and exteriors — interspersed with informative essays by five authors.

The New Bungalow (hardcover, 176 pages) is published by Gibbs Smith and is available by calling Gibbs Smith at 800/748-5439.

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