Architecture in the Family Way by Annmarie Adams
Architecture in the Family Way explores the relationship between domestic architecture, health reform, and feminism in late nineteenth-century England. Annmarie Adams examines the changing perceptions about the English middle-class house from 1870 to 1900, highlighting how attitudes toward health, women, home life, and even politics were played out in architecture. Awarded the Jason A. Hannah Medal of the Royal Society of Canada.
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