Adult Nonfiction NA7570 .P6943 2004
Summary: What defines an Arts and Crafts bungalow? What makes it different from other small, one or one-and-a-half story houses? In Bungalow Details: Exterior, you'll learn of the elements that make up the whole experience: sleeping porches, knee braces, river rock columns, pillars, three-part front windows, low-pitched roofs, shingle siding, art glass light fixtures, clinker brick chimneys, pergolas, exposed rafter tails, and an extensive use of wood, stone, and brick. None of these features by themselves characterize a bungalow, but it is often the way these details and others are combined-and the philosophy they represent-that makes a house a true, authentic Arts and Crafts bungalow.
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