By Gustav Stickley
In 1901, Gustav Stickley started to create the 1st uniquely American form of furnishings and residential design—known as Craftsman. Stickley's ideas of domestic layout comprise building that's in concord with its panorama, open ground plans, integrated garage, and typical lights. He used to be an important impact on Frank Lloyd Wright, and he continues to be one of many nice names in American structure. Craftsman houses and Bungalows showcases his paintings in a cheap, beautiful new version. that includes countless numbers of black-and-white images, line drawings, and sketches of cabins, cottages, and bungalows from proposal to entire product, it offers easy-to-understand instructions on either domestic building and development. This source, a mix of 3 of Stickley's works, is a accomplished creation to the layout and development of lovely Craftsman houses.
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33 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 notes 1 H. C. ), A New Historical Geography of England (1973) 141, 191; R. E. Glasscock, The Lay Subsidy of 1334 (1975) xxvii. 2 The present house at Tewkesbury Park, a mile south-west of the town, is late eighteenth century. For Hanley, A. Emery, Greater Med. 2. 3 N. Saul, Knights and Esquires: The Gloucestershire Gentry in the Fourteenth Century (1981) 5. 4 Ibid. 32–5. This work modiﬁes the early fourteenth-century ﬁgure of ninety given by R. H. Hilton, A Medieval Society (1966) 53.
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To the west, the Severn estuary was guarded by the royal fortresses at Bristol, Gloucester, and St Briavels. 1 The region shows a broad span of private castles, chronologically, tenurially, and structurally, with three of them retaining substantive evidence. Those of modest defensive capacity such as Ascott d’Oilly, Stratton Audley, and Deddington had been abandoned before the close of the fourteenth century. The stronghold of the Giffards at Brimpsﬁeld was destroyed on the orders of Edward II in 13222 to join the earlier abandoned earthworks and adulterine sites scattered across the region.
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