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While Frank Lloyd Wright was developing his Prarie Style in Chicago, the brothers Greene and Greene were building their Ultimate Craftsman Bungalows out west.    These houses are the height of the style. There is heavy Asian influence. Much of the house is held together with Japanese style joinery. No nails. No glue.

While Frank Lloyd Wright was developing his Prarie Style in Chicago, the brothers Greene and Greene were building their Ultimate Craftsman Bungalows out west. These houses are the height of the style. There is heavy Asian influence. Much of the house is held together with Japanese style joinery. No nails. No glue.

Breathtaking stained glass work. Love the arts & crafts style.  Gamble House / Greene & Greene

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Breathtaking stained glass work. Love the arts & crafts style. Gamble House / Greene & Greene

THRSN_Cab Exceptional Greene & Greene designed cabinet from the Thorson House in Berkley, California.

Greene & Greene's Thorsen House

THRSN_Cab Exceptional Greene & Greene designed cabinet from the Thorson House in Berkley, California.

Dining Room Table - Gamble House. This thing looks like it could expand to seat 20 people!

Dining Room Table - Gamble House. This thing looks like it could expand to seat 20 people!

Gamble House 1907-1908; Pasadena, California. Greene & Greene. Arts and Crafts style.

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Gamble House 1907-1908; Pasadena, California. Greene & Greene. Arts and Crafts style.

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David B. Gamble House, 1907-1908; Pasadena, California; Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene. Arts and Crafts.

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David B. Gamble House, 1907-1908; Pasadena, California; Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene. Arts and Crafts.

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