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  • jane mcguckin

    The Gamble House in Pasadena, CA by brothers Charles Henry Greene was designed in 1908 for Mary David Gamble of the Proctor Gamble Company. It's one of the finest examples of American Arts Crafts style architecture.

  • DistinctiveFireplaces.com

    The Gamble House: American Craftsman style by famed architect brothers Charles and Henry Greene

  • Jennifer Atkinson

    The Gamble House in Pasadena, Calif. remains one of my favorite places in the world. Built in 1900 by Charles and Henry Greene, it is a stellar example of Arts and Crafts style, blending form and function seamlessly and beautifully.

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Gamble House 1907-1908; Pasadena, California. Greene & Greene. Arts and Crafts style.

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While Frank Lloyd Wright was developing his Prarie Style in Chicago, the brothers Greene and Greene were building their Ultimate Craftsman Bungalows out west. These houses are the height of the style. There is heavy Asian influence. Much of the house is held together with Japanese style joinery. No nails. No glue.

The Gamble House Detail of carved living-room frieze with adjacent boards, blocks, and iron straps — decorative elements that mimic functional features in other areas of the house.

Gamble House 1907-1908; Pasadena, California. Greene & Greene. Arts and Crafts style.

Pasadena Playhouse- spent some late nights here and would LOVE to work here someday!