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DASH 11. Interiors on Display. A Representation of Good Living | Jurjen Zeinstra, Hans Teerds, Irene Cieraad, Fredie Floré, Rika Devos, Peter Lang and Louise Schouwenberg | 9789462081659

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DASH 11. Interiors on Display

A Representation of Good Living

Author:Jurjen Zeinstra, Hans Teerds, Irene Cieraad, Fredie Floré, Rika Devos, Peter Lang, Louise Schouwenberg

Publisher:nai010

ISBN: 978-94-6208-165-9

  • Paperback
  • Dutch, English
  • 160 Pages
  • Jan 30, 2015

In this edition of DASH, the editors examine the development of home interiors in the twentieth century.

The interior, which is eminently private by nature, became a public phenomenon in the last century. The rise of mass housing, mass production, and mass consumption have not meant that the home interior as an architectural task has disappeared; instead, it has become the subject of even more attention. Whether specific or not, ideas about ‘good living’ find their way into the professional literature and popular media, such as television programmes and shelter magazines, trade shows and exhibitions, department stores and museums, often in the form of specifically designed interiors.

In this edition of DASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing), the editors examine the development of home interiors in the twentieth century.

The interior, which is eminently private by nature, became a public phenomenon in the last century. The rise of mass housing, mass production, and mass consumption have not meant that the home interior as an architectural task has disappeared; instead, it has become the subject of even more attention. Whether specific or not, ideas about ‘good living’ find their way into the professional literature and popular media, such as television programmes and shelter magazines, trade shows and exhibitions, department stores and museums, often in the form of specifically designed interiors.

In DASH #11, these ‘period rooms’ are brought together as ideal décor sets in which the development of the home interior in the past century can be read. Essays about e.g. Expo ‘58, the 1970s, and IKEA place these changing ideas within the context of the social and cultural developments of the 21st century.

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