Items where Faculty is "Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture (until 2017) > Modern Interiors Research Centre (MIRC)"

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Ferry, Emma (2003) 'Decorators may be compared to doctors': an analysis of Rhoda and Agnes Garrett's Suggestions for house decoration in painting, woodwork and furniture (1876). Journal of design history, 16(1), pp. 15-33. ISSN (print) 0952-4649

Friedman, Alice T. (2003) Your place or mine? The client's contribution to domestic architecture. In: Martin, Brenda and Sparke, Penny, (eds.) Women's places: architecture and design 1860-1960. London, UK : Routledge. pp. 69-86. ISBN 0415284481

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Gilbert, David and Preston, Rebecca (2003) 'Stop being so English': suburban modernity and national identity in the twentieth century. In: Gilbert, David , Matless, David and Short, Brian, (eds.) Geographies of British modernity: space and society in the twentieth century. Oxford : Blackwell Publishing. pp. 187-203. (Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Book series) ISBN 0631235000

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Keeble, Trevor (2003) Creating 'The new room': the Hall sisters of West Wickham and Richard Norman Shaw. In: Martin, Brenda and Sparke, Penny, (eds.) Women's places: architecture and design 1860-1960. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 23-46. ISBN 0415284481

Kirkham, Pat (2003) William Morris: a life in design. In: Waggoner, Diane, (ed.) 'The beauty of life': William Morris and the art of design. London, UK : Thames & Hudson. pp. 20-31. ISBN 0500284342

Kirkham, Pat (2003) The firm: Morris & Company. In: Waggoner, Diane, (ed.) 'The beauty of life': William Morris and the art of design. London, UK : Thames & Hudson. pp. 32-63. ISBN 0500284342

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Martin, Brenda and Sparke, Penny, eds. (2003) Women's places: architecture and design 1860-1960. London, UK : Routledge. 178p. ISBN 0415284481

Martin, Brenda (2003) A house of her own: Dora Gordine and Dorich House (1936). In: Martin, Brenda and Sparke, Penny, (eds.) Women's places: architecture and design 1860-1960. London, UK : Routledge. pp. 125-147. ISBN 0415284481

Massey, Anne (2003) Art and the everyday: the London scene. In: Team 10 - between modernity and the everyday; 5-6 June, 2003, Delft, Netherlands.

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Rice, Charles (2003) Bourgeois inhabitations: theory and the historical emergence of the interior. Architectural Theory Review, 8(2), pp. 143-151. ISSN (print) 1326-4826

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Sparke, Penny (2003) Elsie de Wolfe and her female clients, 1905-15: gender, class and the professional interior decorator. In: Martin, Brenda and Sparke, Penny, (eds.) Women's places: architecture and design 1860-1960. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 47-68. ISBN 0415284481

Sparke, Penny (2003) Introduction. In: Martin, Brenda and Sparke, Penny, (eds.) Women’s places: architecture and design 1860-1960. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. ix-xx. ISBN 041528449x

Sparke, Penny (2003) The 'ideal' and the 'real' interior in Elsie de Wolfe's The house in good taste of 1913. Journal of design history, 16(1), pp. 63-76. ISSN (print) 0952-4649

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