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Shingle Style: Some Signature Examples
If Mother Nature lived in a house, she'd choose one of these: An amazing array of Berkeley-area homes built to blend in, beautifully, with the world around them.
Shingle Style: An Illusion of Age
Carrigan House, also on the book's cover, was built in 1892, but the architect, Ernest Coxhead, included touches — a purposely bowed roof, ersatz add-ons — to make this uniquely American structure seem like a manor from England, his old home.
By Amy Keyishian