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BEYOND LIVE/WORK: THE ARCHITECTURE OF HOME-BASED WORK. Frances Holliss. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York, 2015. 240 pp. with 238 ills. (173 col.). 24 x 17 cm. LC 2014-24435 ISBN 9780415585491 In English.
Hardcover edition also available; see Worldwide 157307. Publisher's description: Beyond Live/Work: The Architecture of Home-Based Work explores the old but neglected building type that combines dwelling and workplace, the 'workhome'. Ittraces a previously untold architectural history illustrated by images of largely forgotten buildings. Despite having existed for hundreds, if not thousands, of years in every country across the globe this dual-use building type has long gone unnoticed. This book analyses the lives and premises of 90 contemporary UK and US home-based workers from across the social spectrum and indiverse occupations. It generates a series of typologies and design considerations for the workhome that will be useful for design professionals, students, policy-makers and home-based workers themselves. In the context of a globalising economy, more women in work than ever before and enabling new technologies, the home-based workforce is growing rapidly. Demonstrating how this can be a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable working practice, this book presents the workhome as the house of the future.
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain, United States — Post-2000 — Architecture
Plans: 73
Worldwide Number: 157308
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