This paper documents the findings of a study of the influences of some cultural. social and architectural factors upon the meaning and use of domestic space. It attempts to promote an understanding of the history of ideas which are invested in the spatial form and the use of houses; and, it establishes the principle that the meaning and use of domestic space is not intrinsic to a set of physical characteristics, nor the nomenclature of rooms and their facilities.



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