When the American dream still seemed a good trip, some nonconformists got together to explore a different lifestyle up in Woodstock, where the Catskill mountains start getting tall. They were mostly artists, craftsmen, tinkerers, and thinkers. In those days they got labeled: Bohemians. The Woodstock Generation established a new kind of lifestyle and began to build their houses, studios, and simple structures as refuges from conformist architecture. This book shows examples of some of these homes in full-color detail, and is meant to be an inspiration to amateur as well as professional self-home builders. Colour photography by Jonathan Elliot.
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Date Published: 1974 (1st Ed.)
Book Condition: Good soft cover internally, with edge wear to pages and bumping to corners, in fair covers showing edge wear, creasing and marking for age