The Last of the Bungalows: A Labor of Love

Another kind of “Tiny House”…

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Bungalow teaching  project1994 Bungalow teaching project, currently residing at the National Museum of Toys & Miniatures in Kansas City

Our obsession with Charles & Henry Greene, and the Arts and Crafts Bungalow style, reached its finale in late 1994 when we started the Craftsman Bungalow teaching project. By then we’d been making miniature houses for twenty years, and teaching week-long techniques workshops for around fifteen of those. Most years we taught 3-4 times at various locations around the country, including our favorite, Castine, ME, home of the IGMA Guild School, and the amicable locals who liked to call us The Little People (we arrived with the lilacs–between the mud season, and the blackfly season). The School required we dream up a new class every couple of years, which was good, on the one hand, because it insured that both we and our repeat students would keep returning. On the other, it was a challenge to design something…

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2 thoughts on “The Last of the Bungalows: A Labor of Love

  1. jendy63 Post author

    Thank you so much! I have been a fan of y’all’s for years. I subscribed to Nutshell News in the 1970’s when I was only 14 years old. Now I’m channeling my love of miniatures and making them into jewelry!

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