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Digital Subscriptions > American Farmhouse Style > Fall 2018 > Setting the STAGE

Setting the STAGE

Discover how architecture can establish the mood of a farmhouse.
This home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, employs an inventive shingle style architecture with a relaxed touch. The crowning feature is the elongated, open concept veranda, which offers “shelter and shade while not denying a single speck of pleasure from the great outdoors.”

The strength of a building lies in its foundation, and the style of a foundation can always be traced back to its architecture. When designing a home to have a farmhouse mood, architect Wade Weissmann prioritizes architectural characteristics that favor practicality, natural materials and elegant simplicity. In his new book Heirloom Houses: The Architecture of Wade Weissman, author Steven Stolman catalogs the principles at work in Wade’s diverse architectural portfolio.

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