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The Gamble House, which was built by the Greene Brothers for the Proctor and Gamble family in 1908, is known as one of the most authentic and well-preserved examples of the Arts and Crafts movement that spread like a wildfire in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Pasadena. Every detail of the the house was crafted by hand with an abundance of natural materials. Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, Courtesy of the Gamble HouseUltimate bungalows  Photo 7 of 10 in 10 Modern Iconic Masterpieces from Iconic Perspectives: Greene & Greene's Gamble House
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