Stickley’s Craftsman Homes
Stickley’s Craftsman Homes is the culmination of 10 years of research (and searching all over the country for authentic Gustav Stickley designed homes) by author Ray Stubblebine. This nearly seven pound book is a wealth of information about the hundreds of houses designed by Gustav Stickley between 1902 and 1916. The author, a professional photographer, provides hundreds of photos as well as excerpts from The Craftsman magazine to document the breadth of Gustav Stickley’s architectural creativity.
This book collects all of Stickley’s house designs, published in The Craftsman magazine between 1904 and 1916. All of the designs are in sequential order from 1 to 221, as well as commissions and special designs, exterior illustrations, floor plans, and fascinating historical photographs from many of the featured homes. Contemporary photographs of selected built houses, keyed by number to Stickley designs, take the reader’s experience from paper dreams to modern reality.
Hardcover, 536 pages.