The evolution of domestic architecture across 100 british homes
A House for Essex, Wrabness, Essex (Architect: Charles Holland, formerly of FAT, with Grayson Perry) (courtesy Living Architecture, photo by Jack Hobhouse)100 Houses 100 Years chronicles a century of architecture through the homes of Great Britain, from classical throwbacks to postwar housing to futuristic visions. The book from the Twentieth Century Society, out now from Batsford, was edited by Susannah Charlton and Elain Harwood. Photographs and short descriptions from critics and design histo...
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