Fall / Winter 2015
When Life Gives You a Lemon House
By Matt Hormann
A Pasadena couple makes their first foray into the world of Craftsman homes.
1900 Modern: The Birth—and Rebirth—of the New
by Lawrence Kreisman
How creative reform reshaped and rejuvenated 19th-century objects of the Arts & Crafts world.
Joined for Life
By Tim Counts
Love at first sight overcomes all at a Minnesota lakeside home.
John Gaw Meem: From Santa Fe to Albuquerque
An architect interprets the West.
Modest and Honest: The Personal Charm of the Gustave Baumann House
By Audra Bellmore
Artist Gustave Baumann’s homage to the Santa Fe region, with a little of his Midwestern roots mixed in.
Two Connecticut Yankees Head West
By David Kramer
The Trutts’ appreciation for older homes culminates with this lovely bungalow in Portland.
THE GAMBLES, THE GREENES, AND WHAT THEY WROUGHT
Old friends team up to create a new book and a look at another old friend
Forgotten: My 30-Year-Old Visit to Craftsman Farms
By Bruce Szopo, with Introduction by David Rudd
An Arts & Crafts enthusiast’s spur-of-the-moment road trip finds a pot of gold in Morris Plains, N.J.
Switzerland on the Arroyo
By Bob Winter
Take a walk through the author’s “Swiss” neighborhood in Pasadena.
Departments and Craftsman Resources
Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
From coast to coast, readers share their pride in their bungalows.
Perspective on Antiques
With David Rudd
What defines a “best” piece of furniture?
New & Noteworthy
A selection of Arts and Crafts-inspired amenities for today’s bungalow lifestyle.
The World of Arts & Crafts
By Bruce Johnson
The constant evolution of the Arts & Crafts Movement.
Arts & Crafts Profiles
Ohio Hardwood Furniture
The Mission Motif
From our Friends
Lines of Descent
By Linda Raven
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