Craftsman House Plans
Craftsman house plans use simple forms and natural materials such as wood and stone to express a hand-crafted character. Craftsman homes often have breakfast or reading "nooks" and a free-flow from the kitchen to the family and dining rooms making them particularly well suited to todays' "open plan" living.
The Craftsman style is exemplified by the work of two California architect brothers, Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene, in Pasadena in the early 20th century, who produced "ultimate bungalows" like the Gamble house of 1908.
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