Touring The Gamble HouseTake a guided tour of the historic Arts and Crafts bungalow and furniture collection of Greene and Greene
Author and woodworker Darrell Peart goes on a historical walking tour of the famous Gamble House, one of four Ultimate Bungalows produced by the Arts and Crafts designers Charles and Henry Greene around the turn of the 19th century. Peart explores the historical significance of their work and highlights many of the design themes that show up in the Greene’s portfolio of furniture and architecture including cloud lifts, ebony pegs, and multi-level architectural details.
The craftsmen behind Greene and Greene
In his companion video, Peart narrates a historical look of John and Peter Hall, the brothers craftsmen who built the bungalows and furniture for the Greenes.