Issue 38 Table of Contents


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Summer 2003


Oaklawn: A Suburb de Luxe
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
A Greene and Greene neighborhood of livable Craftsman homes.

Interior Transformation
A Copper Legacy
by Tim Counts
A Foursquare in Milwaukee draws a native son home.

Real Life
Two Kitchens, Two Gardens
by Trish Oliver
Another visit to Royal Oak , Mich., and a pair of Arts and Crafts homes.

New Construction
The Villa: At Home in a Park
by Michael Williams
Take a trip with us to the architecture of Chicago’s far Northwest Side.

The Art & Craft of Timberframe
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
An ancient building method in two new Craftsman-themed homes.

Louis Sullivan and the Elegance of Simplicity
by David Cathers
A brick rowhouse that’s an ode to Sullivan, Stickley and more.

Aladdin Homes: Comfortable, Convenient and Cozy
by Dale Wolicki and Todd Dore
Bay City, Mich., is a treasure of kit-built homes.


A Letter from the Publisher

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

Family Album
Great bungalows from New York to California … and points in between.

American Bungalow Collection
Check out our additions …

Arts & Crafts Profile
Theodore Ellison Designs
by John Luke
A philosophical approach to art-glass design.

New & Noteworthy
Artwork, affordable lighting, metalwares and more.

Craftsman Corner
Tile Restoration Center
by John Luke
A repeat visit with Marie Glasse Tapp and the Batchelder legacy.

California Pottery: From Missions to Modernism
by Bill Stern and Peter Brenner.
Review by John Luke

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

Creating the Not So Big House
by Sarah Susanka
Review by John Luke

Directory of Advertisers

From Our Friends
Bungled Bungalows
by Paula Hendrickson
Don’t get her started on her bath …

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