From the publisher:
"This comprehensive overview of the architectural careers of Charles and Henry Greene culminates twenty years of new research by Randell Makinson, the foremost authority on their works.
Greene and Greene are California's most famous architects of the Craftsman style. Their projects here are organised into recognisable periods and styles, beginning in 1894 in Pasadena, rising to their masterworks created from 1907 to 1909, and culminating in their separate but cooperative careers in the teens, with Charles practising in Carmel and Henry remaining in Pasadena.
Colour photography throughout highlights their furniture and lighting designs as well as their classic bungalow exteriors. Also included are some important archival images and plans."
30.5 x 27 x 1.8 cm | 231 pages | softcover