Last year I purchased a two-story brick building in a small Kansas town. The first level is your conventional, early 20th century commercial space with high tin-tiled ceilings, wooden floors and lath and plaster walls. However the second story of this building that was built around 1930 has a floor plan that is an arts and crafts bungalow. The living/dining room has a wooden arch and a gas/ceramic fireplace with a wooden mantle. The windows are 3-over-1 double-hung. Doors to two of the three bedrooms are French with glass inserts. The kitchen is in its original location, but it has been modified.
So my question to you is this: Is a bungalow a bungalow if it is only the floor plan of a brick building's second story? Or is it not a bungalow because its exterior does not reflect the arts and crafts architectural style?