This Issue Includes:
A Rustic Cottage Rooted in the Pacific Northwest
By Tim Counts
With soaring ceilings juxtaposed with a head scraping dining room, this quirky Oregon home is a study in charming contrasts.
The Bungalows of Rockaway New York
By Jennifer Callahan
A documentary filmmaker captures a moment in time, giving a forgotten working-class paradise its rightful place in New York City's history while helping to preserve its future.
Mindful Delign for a Brutal Land
By Kathleen Donohue
Built by hand with the muscle of Taliesin fellowship, Frank Lloyd Wright's "floating ship on the desert" is still home to some of the original members and to a unique architectural school.
A Phoenix Bungalow Built for Two
By John Crummey
Downsizing from a historic five bedroom home was a daunting prospect for these Phoenix empty-nesters, until they found plenty of room in a tiny Willo bungalow.
The Legacy of Stickley
What began as a young student's walk through the old Stickley factory for a research project became a challenge to tell the furniture makers complete story, beyond Arts and Crafts.
Where Are All the Camperdown Elms?
A subscriber's letter sends us in search of a tree we'd never heard of and results in a new feature.
Our House: Modern Comforts, the Soul of an Old Home
A Western couple build a retreat on a five-acre spread near Glacier National Park, Blending their love for Craftsman style with today's conveniences and Montana hospitality.