This Issue Includes:
The Foss Company of Pasadena
By John G. Ripley
Farmer's son Robert Foss brought his building skills from New Hampshire to sunny California, heading a design/build firm that bridged the gap between the commercial interests of the builder and the artistic realm of the architect.
Wharton Esherick: Integrating Life, Art and Craft.
By David Kramer
The unique Pennsylvania home and studio of a visionary artist/craftsman, mindfully sculpted from the ground up, is the embodiment of organic architecture and a tribute to a life well lived.
By Susan Futterman
The author explores Harvey Ellis's triangular friendship with artists M. Louise Stowell and Claude Bragdon. They lived a glorious decade in Rochester, N.Y. as "life in Bohemia".
Eureka! I Have Found it
By Robert Winter
The recently re-discovered Lawrence F Puter house in Eureka, California yields rare insight into the eclectic minds of the Heinman brothers.
A New American Arts and Crafts Destination
By David Rudd
AB's antiques expert takes you on a delicious tour of one of the top Arts and Crafts collections in the country the Two Red Roses Collection.
The Talented Mr. Cutter and his Amazing Northwest Bungalow
By Lee Jester
A wishful look back at the long-lost "Chalet Hohenstein," the marvelous Spokane home of one of the Pacific Northwest's most important architects.