This Issue Includes:
When Less is More
By Douglas J. Forsyth
At Buffalo's Darwin D. Martin House complex, now a National Historic Landmark, visitors admire the grandeur of the main house but imagine themselves living in the lovely Gardner's Cottage or the Barton House, a "small and nearly perfect jewel".
In Natures Embrace, A Home as a Way of Life
By David Mathias
Life on a Porterville, CA. ranch inspired Henry Greene to design this iconic California ranch home that has sustained the Richardson family for five generations.
At Home with Modernity
By John Luke
In 2003, Arts and Crafts collector Beth Cathers opened her home to share her furniture collection with American Bungalow. Here, she reminisces about how beautiful furniture connects her with the world even after she has passed on.
Fire on the River
By Edward S. Friedman
The author takes us back to turn-of-the-20th-century Pittsburgh, examining the work of three of the region's important artists, one of whom found as much beauty in steel mills as in the rugged hills of western Pennsylvania.
The "Bungalow Guy" Builds a New Portland Bungalow
For this modern interpretation of a classic American bungalow, the biggest challenge was finding a suitable lot. the rest came easily.
A Movable Feast
By Stacy Luecker
Following the guidance and recipes found in a hundred-year-old cookbook, seven friends in Fort Worth, Texas, take turns recreating a year's worth of Sunday dinners, fittingly hosted in their historic bungalow homes.