Bungalow style

Bungalow style

(1890–1940)
This residential style typified by a one-story house with gently pitched gables, had its roots in the Arts and Crafts movement. A lower gable usually covers a screen porch, which features battered piers at the corners. Rafters extend beyond the roof and are often exposed. Wood shingles are the favored exterior covering and are left natural. Windows are sash or casement with numerous lights.
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The simple American bungalow style was built in 1927 by Andres Luna de San Pedro, son of Juan Luna.
Expected to open mid-year 2016, Andaz Scottsdale will feature 201 bungalow style guestrooms, a full service spa and salon, and more than 20,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces on more than 22 acres of land.
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Two nights bungalow style accommodation on a full board basis commencing with dinner on the day of arrival and ending with lunch on the day of departure, rooms are twin bedded and have private facilities.
Atotal of 81 new family homes are planned for the area, made up of a mix of three, four and five bedroom villas as well as bungalow style homes.
RECOMMENDED READING Julia Morgan, Architect (Abbeville Press, 1995, $45) by Sara Holmes Boutelle; American Bungalow Style (Simon & Schuster, 1996; $40) by Robert Winter and Alex Vertikoff; and Building with Nature (Gibbs Smith, 2005; $45) by Leslie Freudenheim.
In mid-September, Charleston Forge introduced three lifestyle collections: The Sonoma Valley Collection, inspired by the California wine region; the urban-hip and minimalist Loft Living Collection; and the Generations Collection, which mixes bungalow style, Asian influences, and arts and crafts.
And in dormer bungalow style, the lion's hare of the living space is on the ground floor too: four of the bedrooms including a principal suite with both dressing and bathroom.
The intricate tile patterns, wood trim, beadboard ceilings, and fixtures in this bathroom are all reminiscent of the early 20th-century bungalow style.