It was the 1971 publication of Jack FitzGerald’s book Bungalow Bliss that caused an eruption of affordable, detached, single-storey dwellings across Ireland. Conservationists didn’t approve, dubbing it Bungalow Blight, but the public appreciated the idea of a house with no stairs to have to traipse up and down – and they loved the big picture windows too.
Despite its popularity, the style has never ranked very high in the pecking order of...
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