This Issue Includes:
Ocean's Light: A Sun-Drenched Craftsman Overlooks the pacific
By John Luke
A spacious home was designed as a stage for expressing its owners shared passion for Arts and Crafts collecting.
Marvelous Possessions, Everyday Pleasures: Collecting for Daily Life
By Terry Tsujioka
"We live with our things" says Pat Spievak "we put flowers in vases, water our plants with the pitchers and freshen the air with candles in the float bowls."
The House that Differs: Resorting an Alfred Faber Masterwork
By Lori Patch
"The exterior of a dwelling in these times," the architect wrote, "can be as original as the genius of the designer will permit."
A Wrightian Apartment
By Teri Sue Wolf
An amateur designer puts her reverence for Frank Lloyd Wright to work in renovating her West Los Angeles apartment.
Light and Mood
By Thomas Shess
An artist's timeless bungalow embodies his respect for the spirit of the house, the street and the neighborhood.
A Kitchen that "lives Up"
By Joseph G Metzer
An architect updates a Sears bungalow kitchen by interpreting its original character in light of the central role kitchens play in contemporary life.