A Hut of One's Own: Life Outside the Circle of Architecture by Ann Cline
English | Apr 10, 1998 | ISBN: 026253150X | 176 Pages | PDF | 3 MB
This small book on small dwellings explores some of the largest questions that can be posed about architecture. What begins where architecture ends? What was before architecture?The ostensible subject of Ann Cline's inquiry is the primitive hut, a one-room structure built of common or rustic materials. Does the proliferation of these structures in recent times represent escapist architectural fantasy, or deeper cultural impulses?