Gamble House: the abode that saw Greene and Greene go Back.
Directed by Don Hahn. With Patty Barnbroom, Ted Bosley, Isabelle Greene, Viginia Dart Greene Hales. They never wanted to be architects but built a masterpiece.
About Gamble House Gamble House in Pasadena, California is an outstanding example of American artefact style architecture. Its mission is to inspire public appreciation and understanding of the exquisite historical architecture, the most complete and well-preserved work of American arts and crafts architects Charles and Henry Greene.
The Gamble House is the incredible story of brothers Charles and Henry Greene who were pushed reluctantly into architecture by their forceful father only to design and build the most seminal and stunning Arts and Crafts house in America.
Gamble House is a historic farmhouse located near Nesmith, Williamsburg County, South Carolina. It dates to the early-19th century, and is a small wooden dwelling set upon brick piers with a steeply pitched gable roof. It consists of a central two-story core, with later additions of small one-story wings.
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The Gamble House in Pasadena was designed by architects Charles and Henry Greene, and built in 1908 as a winter residence for David and Mary Gamble of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Gamble House The award-winning conservation of the Gamble House was the first comprehensive preservation effort for this national historic landmark, designed in 1908 by Charles and Henry Greene. It is the only project designed by the Greene brothers to remain substantially in original condition, with all of its architect designed furnishings still in situ.