A-FRAMES
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: LITTLE BROWN
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..

Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: ALPINE
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: HOJO
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: WIDE RED HOUSE
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: AMERICAN FLAG
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: SHED WITH BULB
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: CHIMNEY
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: NANA AND PAPA
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: RED TRIM
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: BEVERLY HILLS IHOP
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: SHED WITH TRACTOR
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
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A-FRAMES: DOUBLE A
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: BUDDY
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: SANTA MONICA WEINERSCHNITZEL
2004
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A-FRAMES: WEINERSCHNITZEL BACK
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: FIREWOOD
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: BLUE HOUSE SIDE
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
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A-FRAMES: SCHWARTZKOPF
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: PUMPKIN
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops.. click on images to enlarge
Barbara Gallucci A-FRAMES c-print
A-FRAMES: BLUE HOUSE FALL
2004
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A-Frame house kits became popular in the 60’s and 70’s. They were available at the local lumberyard for the affordable $3000, allowing families to jump class and build themselves a coveted SECOND HOME. It was a short-lived architectural oddity from those days of counter culture design. There are still many well kept A-Frame Houses around. But many are rundown or renovated into restaurants, churches and even motorcycle repair shops..