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These exposed dowels, in all probability, came about because Charles and Henry at that time were still under the influence of Gustav Stickley, who had exposed the dowels in some of his designs. Stickley's dowels were flush with the surface, but Greene & Greene dowels were typically proud by 114 to 112 inch, and the ends were rounded over smooth. They were primarily used to pin tenons, but could have various other functions (100), always with a practical purpose as the basic justification for their existence.
32. 1. This is a detail from the frieze near the ceiling. 33. It is commonly believed that Charles carved the Fleishhacker chairs, but given the complexity oftheir construction it is most likely that John Hall was the one who actually built them. 33 34 Greene & Greene: Design Elements for the Workshop Much of the furniture Charles designed in his later career was rich with carvings which he did himself. The Mortimer Fleishhacker residence in Woodside, Cali fornia, or Green Gables as it was called, was the largest of the Greene & Greene commissions.
Frequenrly rhis is achieved by rapering rhe leg as ir nears rhe floor, rhen rhe very borrom of rhe leg will gain mass again, cre aring a visual anchor ro rhe design as a whole. Mosr of rhe classic furnirure makers had rheir own devices for rhis, and examples can be seen as far back as ancienr Egypr. Probably rhe besr-known use of rhis mech anism is rhe claw and ball foor , which was used exrensively by Thomas Chippendale. In rhe Blacker House, Charles was appar enrly experimenring wirh rwo differenr ways ro rrear rhe lower leg.