Derived from the Bengalese word "bangalo" meaning "low, thatched house," the bungalow can be found in numerous disparate forms throughout the country. Comprising one and one-half stories, the style is typified by its front porch covered by deep,...
Derived from the Bengalese word "bangalo" meaning "low, thatched house," the bungalow can be found in numerous disparate forms throughout the country. Comprising one and one-half stories, the style is typified by its front porch covered by deep, overhanging eaves. The bungalow reached its apotheosis during the Arts & Crafts movement in the United States in the first quarter of the 20th century.
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