Domestic Architecture and the Use of Space investigates the relationship between the built environment and the organisation of space. The contributors are classical and prehistoric archaeologists, anthropologists and architects, who from their different backgrounds are able to provide some important and original insights into this relationship.The location of large vessels further restricts general within-unit circulation to a narrowly defined path. ... The possessions, display objects, and ainterior decoratingaquot; of the other houses, other primary territories, for example, from Myrtos wouldanbsp;...
|Title||:||Domestic Architecture and the Use of Space|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1993-06-25|