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In "Home Rules" Wood and Beck undertake a remarkable exploration of the "built environment" and our relationship to it. Their objective is to explore and understand a specific room-the living room at 435 Cutler Street, the home of Denis and Ingrid Wood and their children, Randall and Chandler. But ultimately their search is for an understanding of every room as an institut...more
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published March 1st 1994 by Johns Hopkins University Press
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Vanessa Dewolf
this is a strange sociological study of the rules of one particular home.
it's stunning!
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