HOLLISS, F. (2015) What the Future of Working at Home May Look Like Wall St Journal 23 November 2015

HOLLISS, F. (2015) Beyond Live/Work: the architecture of home-based work Routledge. Buy from the Guardian Bookshop here...

HOLLISS, F. (2015) Working from Home: Redesigning Internal Space Use in Homes in 'Routledge Handbook of Families in Asia'. Ed. S. Quah, Routledge. Buy from Routledge here...

HOLLISS, F. (2013) Home-based work: a quiet casualty of the bedroom tax The Conversation 21.05.13. []

HOLLISS, F. (2012) Home is where the work is; the case for an urban design revolution The Conversation 23.07.12. []

HOLLISS, F. (2012) Space, buildings and the life worlds of home-based workers: Towards better design in 'Visualising the landscape of work and labour'  Sociological Research Online. [

HOLLISS, F. (2011) House with associated office? in 'Round and about Stock Orchard Street'. Ed. S. Wigglesworth, Routledge.

HOLLISS, F. (2010) From longhouse to live/work unit: parallel histories and absent narratives in 'Built from Below'. Ed. P. Guillery, Routledge.

HOLLISS, F. (2008) Beyond live/work Planning in London Issue 67 Oct-Dec 2008 

HOLLISS, F. (2007) The workhome... a new building type?  London Metropolitan University. PhD.




Links to articles

ARCHITECTURE TODAY (18.02.11) 'Live/work symposium'                         []

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW (04.03.11) 'Homeworking... the new peasantry or a regenerative impetus for cities?' by Clare Melhuish                          []

ARCHITECTURE TODAY (06.05.11) 'Suburbanstudio: working at home' by Colin Davies []

EVENING STANDARD (03.08.11) 'Working from home is a social phenomena' by Kieran Long []


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