A metropolitan area like Northern California's Bay Area has dozens of great historic neighborhoods full of nice old Craftsman and Mission homes. This means, of course, that there's a market for architects and contractors specializing in work of that style. Other parts of the country are not so lucky - even in areas with a large number of older bungalows, like some parts of Wisconsin and Illinois, only a few local firms may have the experience and interest to take on projects involving historical accuracy.
I'm in the process of putting together lists of contractors, architects and landscape designers specializing in Craftsman aesthetic for many American cities; below are a few that I compiled before starting the job of making the more comprehensive lists by metro area. If you have something to add to this list or the under-development master list, please put it in the comment section below.
- Darwin Webb Landscape Architects in Issaquah, WA
- Bruce Wydeven Architects in Milwaukee, WI
- David Irvin and Richard Zingre in Fort Scott, KS
- Liberto Landscape Design in Pittsburgh, PA
- Felhandler/Steeneken Architects in New York and Los Angeles
- Blue Heron Builders in Austin, TX
- CM Builders in Austin, TX
- Winans Construction in Oakland, CA
- Ryan Associates in San Francisco specialize in modern work, but their large and very experienced staff includes cabinetmakers who are up to almost any challenge