A well-known architectural historian explores the bungalow both as an evolving art form and an architectural document reflecting middle-class life in early 20th-century America. Special sections feature bungalow plans, interiors, furnishings, typical site planning, gardening, more. Over 190 photograp... read more
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A well-known architectural historian explores the bungalow both as an evolving art form and an architectural document reflecting middle-class life in early 20th-century America. Special sections feature bungalow plans, interiors, furnishings, typical site planning, gardening, more. Over 190 photographs, floor plans and drawings.
Reprint of the Abbeville Press, Inc., New York, 1985 edition.
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