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eBook The Californian Bungalow in Australia ePub

by Graeme Butler

  • ISBN: 0850913551
  • Category: Architecture
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Graeme Butler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lothian Books; 1st edition (1992)
  • Pages: 154
  • ePub book: 1666 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1789 kb
  • Other: txt lrf mobi lit
  • Rating: 4.9
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California bungalow is a style of residential bungalow architecture that was popular across the United States, and to varying extents elsewhere, from around 1910 to 1939. Bungalows are one or one and a half story houses, with sloping roofs and eaves with unenclosed rafters, and typically feature a dormer window (or an attic vent designed to look like one) over the main portion of the house

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Items related to The Californian Bungalow in Australia. Californian bungalows ring the inner suburbs of many Australian towns and cities. Condition: Very Good. The book was first published in 1992. Graeme Butler The Californian Bungalow in Australia. ISBN 13: 9780850913552. Built for a new generation of home owners after World War I, they were sturdy, with simple interiors that offered a 'modern' feel after the gloom and dust-trapping ornateness of Victorian and Edwardian houses. 4to (275 x 210 mm), 154 pp pp of colour plates, b/w illustrations throughout, facsimiles, index.

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The Californian bungalow was extraordinarily successful in Australia, writes John Clare in his essay, The Californian Bungalow in Australia, because of, the increasing self-identification of Australians with America.

The Californian bungalow was extraordinarily successful in Australia, writes John Clare in his essay, The Californian Bungalow in Australia, because of, the increasing self-identification of Australians with America rather than Britain.

Californian Bungalow: Australia's Favourite Interwar Home. Good reading: Butler, G The Californian Bungalow in Australia. The first American house to be realistically called a bungalow was illustrated in 1884 in Arnold Brunner's Cottages or Hints on Economical Building; it was called Bungalow With Attic. The attic was acceptable, since all main living quarters were indeed located on the ground floor. Origins, revival, Source Ideas for Restoration, Lothian, Port Melbourne, 1992 Winter, Robert American Bungalow Style, Simon & Schuster, 1996.

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Californian bungalows ring the inner suburbs of many Australian towns and cities. Built for a new generation of home owners after World War I, they were sturdy, with simple interiors that offered a 'modern' feel after the gloom and dust-trapping ornateness of Victorian and Edwardian houses. Graeme Butler, one of Australia's leading conservation architects, gives an in-depth study of this sought-after housestyle. Included are guidelines for the restoration and renovation of Californian bungalows with sections on interior planning and design; colour schemes and lighting; exterior finishes, garden style and American influences on Australian designs.