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Arts and Crafts Style

The Arts and Crafts style began in late 19th-century England and drew inspiration and support from John Ruskin, who argued that architecture and morality were intrinsically linked. The movement emphasizes traditional craftsmanship and the natural beauty of the materials. These homes have simple forms that often allow viewers to see how various pieces of the design fit together.

This particular Arts and Crafts home, on which McCulloch Construction had the pleasure of working, was designed and built by renowned Portland architect Wade H. Pipes for his father – and Oregon Supreme Court justice – Martin L. Pipes in 1926.