Californian Bungalow

The Californian bungalow became popular in the United States through plan books, produced by enterprising publishers and bought by developers, builders and house-hunters. These plan books came to New Zealand, where a diluted mixture of Californian elements replaced the villa as the vernacular house style. The bungalow was a complete style for modern living, associated with electric appliances, kitchenettes and garages.

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