Gramercy (1995), Edition: REPRINT Edition, 256 pages
Includes architectural drawings, photographs, floor plans and essays from Gustav Stickley's magazine "The Craftsman", a leading proponent of the simplicity and organic harmony of the Craftsman style, the most popular style for smaller homes in the country in the early 20th century.
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256 p.; 8.5 inches
0517147971 / 9780517147979
Gustav Stickley: Craftsman Home by Gustav Stickley (Hardcover)
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