Decoding Homes and Houses

Decoding Homes and Houses
Cambridge University Press | 328 pages | 2003 | ISBN: 0521543517 | DJVU | 2.22 MB

Decoding Homes and Houses uses a computer-based method of analysis to explore the relation between the design and layout of traditional, vernacular, speculative and architect-designed houses and people's evolving tastes, lifestyles, habits and domestic routines. Its purpose is to show how it is possible to explore the relation between house form and culture by looking at the social information that is crystallized in the layouts of the houses themselves (as opposed to asking people how they respond to them).


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