MORE CRAFTSMAN HOMES – Floor Plans and Illustrations for 78 Mission Style
Dwellings, Gustav Stickley, Dover (1982) unaltered and unabridged republication
of More Craftsman Homes, originally published by the Craftsman Publishing Co.,
345 black-and-white photographs highlight this early out-of-print book which
features in-depth “a fresh look at an influential and thoroughly American style
of design and construction. Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) – leader of the
American Arts and Crafts Movement, publisher of theCraftsman, writer, innovator
and famous furniture manufacturer – created designs for a new form of American
home. Based on beauty, simplicity, utility and organic harmony, these designs
were to have a lasting impression on the shape, look, feel and rationale of
American domestic architecture. Here, in 345 crisp black-and-white
illustrations, are 78 authentic Mission style dwellings. These are the plans
that Stickley himself approved – reprinted directly from the original 1912
publication – and include illustrations of the exteriors and interiors, floor
plans, elevation, structural suggestions, landscape designs, and Stickley’s own
8.1” x 10.9” softback in very good condition. 201 pages.
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