Home Planners 250 Homes One-Story Designs under 2,000 Sq. Ft.Volume Three by Richard B. Pollman 1976 Home Planners Inc

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Description:

Say hello to "Home Planners 250 Homes One-Story Designs under 2,000 Sq. Ft. Volume Three," a paperbound handbook that hails from 1976. If you have ever been interested in classic home designs that emphasize both form and function, then this is the resource for you. Authored by Richard B. Pollman and published by Home Planners Inc, this book is a staple for anyone fascinated with home planning and architecture of the '70s.

Key Features:

The book comes in a convenient paperback format, ensuring that it is lightweight and easy to flip through when you're seeking inspiration or concrete design ideas.

This guidebook is filled with 250 distinct one-story home designs, all under 2,000 square feet. Whether you're an architect, a design student, or someone looking to renovate, there’s something in this book for you.

Richard B. Pollman was a key figure in home design publishing during the 1970s. His approach to home planning was influential in popularizing one-story homes as a practical yet stylish choice.

The book compiles an impressive range of home designs that embody the architectural zeitgeist of the time, making it a sort of communal archive of ‘70s home design ethos.

This book is a perfect resource for home renovation planning, architecture courses, or vintage home design exhibitions.

This book provides more than home designs; it offers a journey back in time. The '70s aesthetic shines through its pages, from the font styles to the illustrations and the layout. I wonder if your home plan is in this?

Specifications:

  • Title: Home Planners 250 Homes One-Story Designs under 2,000 Sq. Ft. Volume Three
  • Publication Date: 1976
  • Publisher: Home Planners Inc
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 177
  • Dimensions:11x8x.05
  • Language: English
  • Condition: wear on the covers, and on the spine, a few dog eared pages in the back, previous owner circled a home plan they liked as shown in the photos. All pages are firmly attached.

Wrap-Up:

If you're looking to explore the world of one-story home designs from the 1970s, or perhaps you're in search of a nostalgia-infused addition to your architecture or design library, this book is an invaluable asset. Its charm lies not only in its content but also in its distinct, retro vibe.

Disclaimer:

The vintage items I share with you have been previously owned and loved. They may show some wear, as is typical for vintage pieces. Please use pictures as a guide. If you have any questions or need more photos, feel free to ask.