Issue 35 Table of Contents

35


Fall 2002

BUNGALOW FEATURES:
AB visits Chicago …

History and Collecting
A Reincarnated House
by David Cathers
Arts and Crafts silver and furnishings are showcased in an early Illinois bungalow.

Interiors
Memoirs of a Chicago Bungalow
by Nancy Jane Lauren
An owener finds her home;s history still resonates.

Architecture
A Great Time for Bungalows
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Chicago bungalow architecture has come into its own.

Bungalow Lifestyle
Finding Our Roots
by Mary and Ken Mottet
A one-of-a-kind Streamline Moderne in Berwyn, Ill.

Interiors
A Neglected Old Beauty, Lovingly Reborn
by John Luke
Renovating a brick bungalow on Chicago’s North Side.

Brand-New Bungalows
Converts to New Construction
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Bainbridge Island, Wash., and two exceptional bungalows.

Show Us What You’ve Done
Building With a Mission
by Madelle and Chris Friess
A so-so bungalow is transformed in Bend, Ore.

New Construction
Like the Original … Still Honor Built
by James and Marcia Hladilek
Old bungalow plans still work for today’s families.

Show Us What You’ve Done
The Well Kept Home Never Grows Old
by Tracy Smith
Transforming rooms with color.

DEPARTMENTS AND CRAFTSMAN RESOURCES:

A Letter from the Publisher

Open House: Letters to the Editor
Opinions and suggestions from our readers.

American Bungalow Collection
Check out our additions …

Family Album
Eight more distinctive bungalows from house-proud owners.

New & Noteworthy
Tiles, lamps, bookends, textiles and more.

Profiles
Thomas Strangeland: A Contemporary Vision of Arts and Crafts
by John Luke
A furniture maker falls for Green and Green big time.

From Our Friends
Confessions of an A&C Addict
by Jim Marion
There’s always room for one more piece …

American Bungalow News
Winter and Spring events, preservation upgrades and news from the Arts and Crafts world.

Directory of Advertisers

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