This Issue Includes:
Attracted to Opposites
By David Cathers
As artists and craftsmen, George Ohr and Gustav Stickley could not have been more different or, all things considered, more alike, as this exquisite New Jersey collection reveals
Residence Parks: An American Vision Reborn
Prototypes of suburbia, these early-20th-century urban oases are being reclaimed as human scaled alternatives to sprawl.
Part 1: Palm Haven
By Michael Borbely
Wondering what his neighborhood looked like when its 100-foot palms were only 20 feet tall, the author uncovered one of Americas first urban residential "escapes".
By Beth Wyman
The author updates the report on a unique neighborhood she wrote for the inaugural issue of American Bungalow.
Berwyn: Chicagoland's Hidden Treasure
By Mike Williams
Between 1890 and 1930, immigrants refined the canonical Chicago bungalow with a rich infusion of eastern European culture to create masterpieces of the farm.
Craftsmanship, Collaboration and Place: Greene and Greene Inspire an Arkansas Ozarks Craftsman
By Daryl Rants with Jennifer Fulford
The challenge: Create a home in the Greene and Greene California style that responds and will belong to a very different kind of place.