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Very interesting. I never knew that homes were once considered just a shelter, and had nothing to do with comfort.Published 2 months ago by Linda Jones
One of my favorite all time ever books! Well written, well researched, and presented well.Published 4 months ago by E. D. Evans
A pretty disappointing read. I love houses--dream about them often, in fact--and was prepared by the blurb on the back to be fascinated. Didn't happen. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Donna Davenport
Exceptionally well written and highly enjoyable to read. I as an architect learned so much. I recommend it highly to anyone interested in how we live in our societyPublished 10 months ago by Camilla Vitullo
When I was looking to get this. I thought it was something more of like a text book. Something that lined history with some of the arcitecture that changed things. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tay
A book of the philosophy of Home - interesting read about the use of space, furniture, and the things you choose to surround yourself and your family. Read morePublished 14 months ago by mom987123
Enjoyed the book but didn't keep it after I read it because I doubt I'll read it again. Loaded with good information and very well written.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer