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By Darrell Peart

ISBN-10: 0941936961

ISBN-13: 9780941936965

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The same mindser can be found in rhe field of designs were never inrended archirecrure. Commercial buildings, especially from rhe 19rh and early 20rh cenruries, would have a from fa<;ade. wealthy and could easily afford the price tag rhar comes Much rime and effon would be expended in making rhe fa<;:ade arrracrive, bur rhe building's back and ofren rhe with work thar accepts no compromise. With those kinds of dienrs , and wirh the Hall brothers at rhe workbench, sides would, by rheir very lack of derailing, srand in srark the only Iimir was their imaginarion.

102. This is an ebonJl pLug from the backside ofa door in a buiLt-in cabinet in the Thorsen House Living room. It projects more proudry than is rypicaL for Greene & Greene pLugs. plugs are in low relief (see images 101 and 102). " Making a single ebony plug is not very time consum­ ing, but JUSt one chair might have anywhere from 12 to 30 or more plugs, and making enough plugs for a din­ ing table and eight chairs means committing to a lot of repetitious and downright boring work. Yes, building in the Greene & Greene style equa tes to spending a lot of Making Plug Holes with a Hollow Chisel Mortiser Unlike a mortise used for a joint that will never be seen, the hole made for a plug is very visible and must be clean and crisp.

The lower leg derail of rhe enrry hall furnirure (63, page 49) is quire similar ro examples found in 47. A perfect blend ofthe masculine and the fiminine, the Blacker annchair, 1901-09, is a masterpiece that is quite challenging to build! , both in California. anrique Chinese furnirure. The carving Los Angeles County Museum of An , Gift of Max Palevsky. Photograph ©2 005 Museum Associares/LACMA. derail used on rhis furnirure appears ro be repeared in rhe ove~head beam near rhe srairway in rhe enrry hall.

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