Charlotte Lydia Riley, a lecturer in twentieth-century British History at the University of Southampton, presents and comments on a television broadcast of The Open University course “A305: History of Architecture and Design, 1890-1939.” The episode, “The Semi-Detached House,” argues that in the English suburbs, “land developers and speculative builders—by wanting to build individualistic houses in vernacular styles away from the city—predicted the formulation of the garden cities.”
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