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Matthew Bialecki, AIA, founded Matthew Bialecki Associates, in New Paltz, New York. The firm specializes in the site-specific, nature-based design. His designs of both architecture and furniture have been featured in Architectural Digest, Period Homes, and numerous other publications.
Christian Gladu, is the owner and founder of The Bungalow Company, a residential design studio in Bend, Oregon, specializing in stock plans and custom designs that reinterpret turn-of-the-century Arts & Crafts philosophy for today's lifestyle. Gladu's work has been featured in several publications including American Bungalow, New Old House, Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival, and This Old House. He is the author of Bungalow Plans and Small Bungalows.
Jill Kessenich, Associate AIA, is a partner with Tim Ashmore in Ashmore/Kessenich Design with offices in Madison, Wisconsin, and Portland, Oregon. They specialize in house designs inspired by the early twentieth century. Kessenich resides in Madison, Wisconsin.
Jim McCord, AIA, has designed commercial and residential structures in Victorian and bungalow styles. His projects include the preservation/renovation of significant bungalows of Julia Morgan and others. He practices in Monterey, California.
Su Bacon, interior and lighting designer and co-owner of Historic Lighting in Monrovia, California, outfits historic remodels of Greene and Greene, new homes in the style of the Greenes, and many other historic residences and businesses with period-appropriate lighting.
For three decades, Gibbs Smith, Publisher, has been exploring the works of Greene & Greene, Bernard Maybeck, and Frank Lloyd Wright. But the truth is that very few of us can own a masterpiece like the Greenes' ultimate bungalow, or a house of the quality of Wright—but we can afford a home in a style that moves beyond nationwide suburban and tract homes and condominium complexes that all look the same. Where can the sameness end and individual expression begin? It begins with The New Bungalow.
Origins of the Bungalow
Elements of Bungalow Style
Renovation: Where to Start?
The New Bungalow Revival
Interpreting the Spirit
Home Show of Details
Posted June 9, 2009
Posted January 10, 2010
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