A Gothic Revival style using wood, found in North America.
A playful 1950s American style developed in California and named after Googie's coffee shop in Los Angeles. It was used mainly for commercial architecture in roadside locations. It made use of popular escapist themes, notably the Space Age and the South Seas.
Lustron houses were pre-fabricated houses built between 1948 and 1950 in the USA, and were made of porcelain-enameled steel, similar to the finish found on bathtubs.
This category lists websites pertaining to Lustron homes and their history.
The Prairie School was an architectural movement in the American Midwest between c.1900 and 1916, mainly in residential building, inspired by Louis Sullivan and given direction by Frank Lloyd Wright.