This Issue Includes:
By Julie Kolb
An eclectic wand transforms a 1919 Craftsman from modest to magical.
Carthalite-Wichita's Beautiful Concrete
By Barbara R. Hammond
In its most utilitarian forms, this brand of cast concrete took shape as columns, lintels and garden benches. When color was added, the forms took flight.
Samara: Growing Up and Growing Old in a Wright Usonian Home
By Terry Tsujioka
Linda Christian Davis spent her childhood in the house her parents, with only modest means, commissioned from the legendary architect. Today her father still invites the public to visit it daily.
From Getting Acquainted to Falling In Love
By Rebecca Kuzins
Set designer Karen TenEyck made a career transition from Broadway to Hollywood. Then she brought a drab-looking bungalow in an edgy neighborhood back to life with her own strong, loving hands. Now the neighborhood is coming along too.
Renovating Your Bungalow Bathroom
By Tim Counts
Weather you need to rectify the sins of past owners or restore or replace elements that are breaking down, here are some vexation-easing tips.
A Site for All Seasons
By Douglas Mack
On a treasured piece of Minnesota lakefront property, a family interprets is Craftsman heritage for the new generation.