Housing and dwelling : perspectives on modern domestic architecture.

by Lane, Barbara Miller Published by : Routledge (London & New York) Physical details: xii,467p. ISBN:0415346568.
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Contents List of illustrations x Acknowledgements xii 1Introduction 1 PARTI Methods and interpretations 19 2Who interprets? The historian, the architect, the anthropologist, the archaeologist, the user? 21 Nikolaus Pevsner, An outline of European architecture 21 Frank Lloyd Wright, Building the new house 23 Amos Rapoport, The nature and definition of the field 26 Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, The world their household 32 Tony Earley, The hallway 40 3What is home? 50 Martin Heidegger, Building, dwelling, thinking 50 Reyner Banham, A home is not a house 54 Mary Douglas, The idea of a home: a kind of space 61 bell hooks, homeplace: a site of resistance 68 4Domestic spaces as perceptual, commemorative, and performative 74 Gaston Bachelard, The oneiric house 74 Yi-Fu Tuan, Architectural space and awareness 77 Beatriz Colomina, The split wall: domestic voyeurism 81 Sue Bridwell Beckham, The American front porch: women's liminal space 86 Adina Loeb, Excavation and reconstruction: an oral archaeology of the deLemos home 94 PART II Themes in modern domestic architecture 103 5Living downtown: nineteenth-century urban dwelling 105 Elizabeth Collins Cromley, Alone together: a history of New York's early apartments 105 Elizabeth Blackmar, The social meanings of housing, 1800-1840 108 Paul Groth, YMCAs and other organization boarding houses 113 Donald J. Olsen, Inside the dwelling: the Viennese Wohnung 117 Sharon Marcus, Seeing through Paris, 1820-1848 120 M. J. Daunton, Public place and private space: the Victorian city and the working-class household 128 Emile Zola, LAssommoir 133 6Victorian domesticity: ideals and realities 149 Mike Hepworth, Privacy, security and respectability: the ideal Victorian home 150 Robert Kerr, The gentleman's house (or, how to plan English residences] 155 Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, The world their household 163 Susan Sidlauskas, Degas and the sexuality of the Interior 178 7Rural memories and desires: the farm, the suburb, the wilderness retreat 196 Andrew Jackson Downing, What a farm-house should be 196 Willliam Barksdale Maynard, Thoreau's house at Walden 199 Barbara Miller Lane, The home as a work of art: Finland and Sweden 211 Harvey Kaiser, Great Camps oftheAdirondacks 221 Thomas C. Hubka, Pattern in building and farming 225 Mike Hepworth, Homes and gardens: the rural idyll 228 Dawni Freeman, Home and work: the use of space in a Nebraska farmhouse 231 8Modernism, technology and Utopian hopes for mass housing 237 Walter Gropius, Program for the founding of a general housing-construction company following artistically uniform principles 237 Gilbert Herbert, The dream of the factory-made house: Walter Gropius and Konrad Wachsmann 240 Susan R. Henderson, A revolution in the woman's sphere: Crete Lihotzky and the Frankfurt Kitchen 248 Barbara Miller Lane, Modern architecture and politics in Germany, 1918-1945 259 9Mass housing as single-family dwelling: the post-war American suburb 272 John Keats, The crack in the picture window 272 Curtis Miner, Picture window paradise 280 David Smiley, Making the modified modern 285 Georges Teyssot, The American lawn: surface of everyday life 297 Sandy Isenstadt, The rise and fall of the picture window 298 10 Participatory planning and design: initiatives in self-help housing, renovation, and interior decoration 310 John Turner, Squatter settlement: cm architecture that works 310 Alison Ravetz with Richard Turkington, Self-help housing 314 Peter Davey, S.T.E.R.N. work 319 Mats Egelius, The Byker wall 323 Alice Gray Read, Making a home in a Philadelphia neighborhood 326 Carolyn M. Goldstein, Do it yourself: home improvement in 20th century America 331 Alison J. Clarke, The aesthetics of social aspiration 335 11 Twentieth-century apartment dwelling, ideals and realities 350 Le Corbusier, The center of Paris 350 Alison and Peter Smithson, Urban structuring 353 Alison Ravetz with Richard Turkington, The high-rise estate 354 Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange 360 J. S. Fuerst, High-rise living: what tenants say 365 David Popenoe, Vallingby 370 12 Some possible futures 383 Kathryn McCamant and Charles Durrett, with Ellen Hertzman, How cohousing works: the Trudeslund community 384 John Leland, A prefab Utopia - what happens when a furniture company builds a community 390 Allan D. Wallis, Mobile homes: form, meaning, and junction 392 John Brinckerhoff Jackson, The mobile home on the range 397 Pohlig Builders, Harriton Farm, Villanova PA, advertising brochure 401 Norbert Schoenauer, Residential conversions 402 13 Where is Home? 408 Yi-Fu Tuan, Attachment to homeland 408 Ilya Utekhin, Filling dwelling place with history: communal apartments in St Petersburg 415 Deborah Tall, Dwelling: making peace with space and place 424 Bo Emerson, The shelter people 431 Barbara Miller Lane, Edgar Blitz's Heimat 435 Text source credits 440 Illustration source credits 445 Bibliography 447 Index 460

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