Atomic Ranch is an in-depth exploration of post-World War II residential architecture in the United States. Mid-century ranches (1946-1970) ranging from roads decidedly modern gable-roofed Joseph Eichler in the Bay of San Francisco and the houses of the wings into Palm Springs, Florida, to the unassuming brick or stucco on L-shaped ranches and the levels of the parties so common in the United States. Authors Michelle Gringeri-Brown and Jim Brown, founders and editors of the popular quarterly Atomic Ranch, extolling the virtues of the tracks on two levels house, rambler and many of its unique qualities: private front facades, open floor plans, secluded bedroom wings , glass walls and an easy lifestyle to live. From updated homes with high-end Italian kitchens, terrazzo floors, modern furnishings and renovation of affordable housing with eclectic thrift store, furniture, gifts Atomic Ranch twenty-five houses showing inspiring examples of stylish living through beautiful photographs color, including before and after shots, design tip sidebars, and a thorough resource index. Atomic Ranch reveals: Hallmarks of stay inspiring style ranch homes Rancho original transformations and makeovers Preservation of the house mid-century neighborhoods personality Adding a few yards from the ranch of origin and Landscaping Plus, a section of useful resources and forefinger!