Beautiful residential architecture in Los Angeles is no secret. From Richard Neutra, Rodney Walker, and John Lautner, mid-century modern is well represented. But we have fallen in love with Charle’s and Henry Greene’s Gamble House.
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This architectural timeline of American homes is one of the best examples we’ve seen of portraying house styles in context with each other. Each style is also sub-categorized into a larger grouping that is often termed a “movement”. Similarities and distinctions are made between styles within the same sub-category which […]
A few months ago we pointed out the great house styles guide featured on About.com, but we wanted to highlight a few other informative resources for determining house styles. Modern House Styles [Oldhouses.com] Historic Style Guide [Antique Homes Magazine] Browse by Style [Houseplans.com] Historic House Architecture [Ragtime] Books Abrams Guide […]
We’d like to highlight one of our favorite sites, Hewn and Hammered. One of the few web sites dedicated to early American architecture, specifically; prairie, mission, and craftsman. You may find a bungalow in Venice that needs to be saved or a link to a mint-condition craftsman armchair for sale. […]