Journal of Design History, Volume 33, Special Issue 1

Special Issue: Practice, Discourse and Experience: The Relationship Between Design History and Architectural History

Browse a Special Issue from Journal of Design History for free online until the end of September 2020. Articles explore the relationship between design and architectural history, two disciplines with close subject areas and methodological links, but which have developed distinct institutional and academic identities that often separate them.

ARTICLES

Practice, Discourse and Experience: The Relationship Between Design History and Architectural History
Jessica Kelly and Claire Jamieson

A Rather Messy Approach: Understanding the Queen’s Hotel, Birmingham, 1837–1857
Lisa Hirst

Becoming Chapels and Everyday Congregations: How the Repair and Maintenance of London’s Wesleyan Chapels Illustrates Their Communities’ Everyday Practices and Experiences (1851–1932)
Ruth Slatter

Designing the Child’s World: Ernö Goldfinger and the Role of the Architect, 1933–1946
Erin McKellar

Measure, Modulation and Metadesign: NC Fabrication in Industrial Design and Architecture
AnnMarie Brennan

See also Reviews and a list of Books Received available in the full issue:
https://academic.oup.com/jdh/issue/33/1

Reference:
TOC: Journal of Design History, Volume 33, Special Issue 1. In: ArtHist.net, Jul 13, 2020 (accessed Oct 27, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/23415>.

Contributor: Helena Nicholson

Contribution published: Jul 13, 2020

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