An inspiring showcase of masterpieces of the Shingle Style. A richly photographed presentation of some of the most important Shingle Style houses built in America, this book gives readers a privileged view into the splendid interiors of these late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century masterpieces of domestic design. Shingle Style traces the path of shingle-clad residential architecture from its Romantic beginnings to the current dizzying variety of architectural ideas--from modern to historicist, green to organic--expressed in the Shingle Style. David Duncan Livingston's full-color photographs exquisitely capture these architectural masterpieces, complete with delightful original interior details, and authors Lucia Howard and David Weingarten place these houses in their proper historical context as examples of the best American Shingle Style design.
About the Author
Alan Weintraub is the photographer of Rizzoli's The Architecture of John Lautner and the forthcoming Houses of Frank Lloyd Wright.
David Weingarten is a writer and practicing architect in San Francisco.
David K. Duncan is a United States Magistrate Judge sitting in Phoenix. He is chair of the Ninth Circuit's Magistrate Judges Executive Board and has been a member of that Circuit's Magistrate Judges Education Committee. Prior to joining the District Court in 2001, he was an Assistant United States Attorney. Before government service, he was a partner in the Phoenix firms of Osborn Maledon, P.A., and Meyer, Hendricks, Victor, Osborn & Maledon, P.C. He attended Brown University and the University of Arizona. He obtained his J.D., with high distinction, from the University of Arizona, where he was an editor of the Arizona Law Review and a member of The Order of the Coif. He served as a law clerk to the Hon. William D. Browning, U.S. District Judge in Tucson.