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We are drawn to their attention to materials, to details that would be prohibitively expensive today, and to attractive neighborhoods located close to downtowns and mass-transit lines.
In , Caren Connolly and Louis Wasserman provide a history and overview, along with proven, tasteful design solutions for a variety of bungalow-style remodels, additions, renovations, and new construction.
"a one-story house with large overhangs and a dominating roof.On the interior, the warmth of details, quality of finishes, and clarity of the room arrangement delight both homeowners and their guests.' --from Bungalows About the authors Louis Wasserman is an architect and Caren Connolly is a landscape architect whose work, including research funded by the National Endowment of the Arts, has been nationally recognized. Bungalows Are Back An Ideal Home for America Bungalow Hallmarks Birth of the Bungalow Bungalow Options From Duplex to Deluxe Continuing the Tradition 2. A Home with a Hearth Living Better Eclectically Restoring Warmth Third Time Is the Charm You Don't Have to Leave What Were They Thinking? The Once and Future Bungalow Innovation in the Kitchen Whimsy in the Bathroom Drama in the Attic With One Foot in the Past, Bungalows Gallop into the Future Sources Index When we first told friends, family, and other architects that we were writing a book about Bungalows, the typical response was formed by their geographic location. When we went on to explain that our book would profile Bungalows all over the country, including new Bungalows, they were surprised. We moved to Milwaukee after many years of bouncing back and forth between the two coasts.They have taught art, architecture, and landscape architecture nationwide. Remodeling Inside the Walls Rescuing a Home Secreted Square Feet From a Frog to a Prince A Starter Becomes an 'Ender' Updated and Upsized Including the Kitchen Sink 3. Growing up, Louis lived in a beautifully detailed and compact modern house, designed by his architect father.One such remodel, a “classic old-world charmer with the potential to be fabulous,” is featured in this excerpt from Chapter 2, “Remodeling Inside the Walls.” Caren Connolly is a landscape architect and Louis Wasserman is an architect whose work, including research funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, has been nationally recognized.They have taught art, architecture, and landscape architecture nationwide.