It's starting to look like I am on some sort of bohemian rant, but man, there are just so many cool things about the Woodstock era. Like the book Woodstock Handmade Houses - Published in 1974, the book explores the bohemian homes built among the wooded hills of Woodstock, America. The houses are built by artists, craftsman and thinkers full of imagination and aspiration to live an alternative life. There wasnt much money, but the local area was fertile and full of natural resources. This combination lead to some of the most innovative and visionary homes of that decade. The book contains over one hundred photographs that have all been shot in the warm available light.
The book is full of marvel at these exceptional homes that ignored traditional architectural concepts.