Bay Area Houses
"The Bay Area Tradition in domestic architecture combines a woodsy, natural style with natural materials to create dwellings which are friendly, relaxed, and often able to combine indoor and outdoor living spaces to take advantage of exceptional views and a mild climate.
In this new edition of Bay Area Houses, Sally Woodbridge carries the tradition forward from the mid-1970s to the present, identifying 15 buildings constructed in the past decade which show the evolution of the tradition as it responds to the problems of dwindling building sites and escalating costs. Her new essay, 'Arcadia Revisited,' is illustrated with over 50 photographs and drawings. David Gebhard has added a Foreword to this edition which discusses interest in the bay Tradition by the Post Modernists and the increasing body f information on its architects."
Peregrine Smith Book
Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright
Woodbridge, Sally and Gebhard, David, "Bay Area Houses" (1988). Frank Lloyd Wright Book Collection. 282.