By Henry Atterbury Smith
This extraordinary e-book offers 500 small-home designs of the Twenties as they seemed in a tremendous architectural book of 1923. Many are via best family architects of the interval. every one layout is gifted in a good-looking standpoint drawing or photo, in addition to flooring plans and an outline of its primary features.
The designs mirror many diversifications at the simple subject matters of yankee colonial structure, up-to-date through new development expertise and the layout aesthetics of the post‒World warfare I period. The Bungalow and semi-bungalow have been might be the largest layout information of the days, and they're generously represented during this large assortment. as a result of the practicality and beauty of the easiest of those designs, and maybe for the nostalgia they evoke, many are being revived at the present time by means of developers and purchasers in groups throughout America.
Architects, architectural, and social historians, scholars and fans of structure and layout will locate in those pages a wealthy choice of small-home ideas that after set the traditional for a brand new period in American domestic layout, and that also shape an essential component of our panorama many a long time after their first inspiration.
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