Autor(en)
Heynen, Hilde; Baydar, Gulsum; NetLibrary, Inc
Titel
Negotiating domesticity : spatial productions of gender in modern architecture [Elektronische Ressource]
Ort / Verlag
London ; New York : Routledge
Erscheinungsjahr
2005
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Beschreibungen
Includes bibliographical references and index
Modernity and domesticity: tensions and contradictions / Hilde Heynen. -- Figures of wo/man in contemporary architectural discourse / Gülsüm Baydar. -- "A citizen as well as a housewife": new spaces of domesticity in 1930s London / Elizabeth Darling. -- The housewife, the builder, and the desire for a polykatoikìa apartment in postwar Athens / Ioanna Theocharopoulou. -- Promoting Catholic family values and modern domesticity in postwar Belgium / Fredie Floré. -- Rehearsing domesticity: postwar Pocono honeymoon resorts / Barbara Penner. -- "Only where comfort ends, does humanity begin": on the "coldness" of avant-garde architecture in the Weimar period / Karina Van Herck. -- The uncanny architect: fears of lesbian builders and deviant homes in modern Germany / Despina Stratigakos. -- A queer analysis of Eileen Gray's E.1027 / Katarina Bonnevier. -- An architecture of twenty words: intimate details of a London blue plaque house / Lilian Chee. -- Denatured domesticity: an account of femininity and physiognomy in the interiors of Frances Glessner Lee / Laura J. Miller. -- Unequal union: La Casa Estudio de San Angel Inn, c. 1929-1932 / Ernestina Osorio. -- Looking at/in/from the Maison de Verre / Christopher Wilson. -- Mediating houses: Marie-José Van Hee's domestic architecture / André Loeckx. -- Photography's veil: reading gender and Loos' interiors / Charles Rice. -- The modernist boudoir and the erotics of space / Anne Troutman
Format
xiii, 322 p. : ill., plans ; 24 cm
Sprache(n)
Englisch
Identifikator(en)
ISBN: 0-203-47947-5
OCLC-Nummer: 831306137

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Erscheinungsjahr
2005
ISBN
0-203-47947-5
Ort / Verlag
Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary
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