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Eichler

Modernism Rebuilds the American Dream
Adamson, Paul (Book - 2002 )
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Atriums, household conveniences, and sleek styling made Eichler Homes a standard-bearer for bringing the modern home design to middle-class America.
Authors: Adamson, Paul
Title: Eichler
modernism rebuilds the American dream
Publisher: Layton, Utah : Gibbs Smith, c2002
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 240 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,29 x 31 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Paul Adamson, Marty Arbunich ; with photography by Ernest Braun
Additional Contributors: Braun, Ernest
Arbunich, Marty
ISBN: 1586851845
Branch Call Number: 720.92 E34a 2002
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Headings: Real estate development Social aspects United States History 20th century Middle class Housing United States History 20th century Architecture, Modern United States History 20th century Architecture, Domestic United States History 20th century Construction industry California History 20th century Industrialists California Biography Eichler, Joseph L., 1900-
Topical Term: Real estate development
Middle class
Architecture, Modern
Architecture, Domestic
Construction industry
Industrialists
LCCN: 2002007730
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The California houses built and promoted by developer Joseph Eichler were the inspiration for our own region’s Rummer houses. This introduction to Eichler’s houses is full of beautiful photographs and interesting historical details.


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