Select bibliography

Workhomes and housing

BANHAM, R., ‘Ateliers D’Artistes: Paris studio Houses and the modern movement’, Architectural Review, August, pp75–84 (London: 1956)

BEATTIE, S., A Revolution in London housing. LCC Architects and their Work, 1893–1914, Greater London Council in association with The Architectural Press, (London: 1980)

BENTONn, T., The villas of Le Corbusier, 1920–1930, (New Haven and London, Yale University Press: 1987)

BINNEY, M., Town houses: evolution and innovation in 800 years of urban domestic architecture (London, Mitchell Beazley: 1998)

BURNETTt, J., A social history of housing, 1815–1970 (Newton Abbot, David and Charles: 1978)

CUITO, A. (2000) Working@Home, Paco Asencio

FIELD, M. and Irving, M., Lofts, Laurence King

GURSTEIN, P. and MARLOR, D. (1995) Planning for telework and home-based employment : a Canadian survey on integrating work into residential environments, [British Columbia], Centre for Human Settlements, University of British Columbia

GURSTEIN, P. (1990) Working at Home in the Live-in Office: Computers, Space and the Social
Life of Households.
University of California, Berkley, p244

GURSTEINn, P. (2001) Wired to the world, chained to the home : telework in daily life, Vancouver ;[Great Britain], UBC Press

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

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

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

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

HOLLISS, F. (2012 forthcoming). Beyond live/work: the architecture of home-based work, Routledge.

JODIDIO, P. (1997) Contemporary Japanese architects. Vol.2, Ko\0308ln ; London, Taschen..

KERR, J. (2001) Live-work in Hackney; Architects: Stephen Davy & Peter Smith Architects

LE CORBUSIER (1947) Le Corbusier et Pierre Jeanneret : Oeuvre Complete De 1929-1934, [S.l.], Willy Boesiger.

LOWE, S. & HUGHES, D. N. (1991) A new century of social housing, Leicester, Leicester University.

MELHUISH, C. (2000) Modern house 2, London, Phaidon.

MILNER, J. (1988) The Studios of Paris; the Capital of Art in the C19 Yale University Press.

POPLE, N. (2000) Experimental houses, London, Laurence King.

PREST, J. M. (1960) The Industrial Revolution in Coventry, pp. xi. 152. pl. 5. Oxford University Press: London.

PEPPIAT, M. B.-R., A., (1983) Imagination’s Chamber; Artists and their Studios Gordon Fraser.

RICHARDS, I. (2000) Manhattan lofts, London, Architectural Design.

ROSEN, B., ZUCKERMANN, W. & WORMALD, C. (1982) The mews of London : a guide to the
hidden byways of London’s past, Exeter, Webb & Bower.

SCHOFIELD, J. (1987) The London surveys of Ralph Treswell, London, London Topographical Society.

SCHOFIELD, J. (1995) Medieval London houses, New Haven ; London, Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art by Yale University Press, 1994.

SEIDNER, D. (1999) Artists’ Studios Paris, Assouline.

TARN, J. (1971) Working-class Housing in 19th-century Britain.

TAUT, B. (1938) Houses and People of Japan. [With illustrations.], pp. 2. xiii. 318. John Gifford: London.

TAYLOR, B. B. (1998) Pierre Chareau : designer and architect, Ko\0308ln ; London, Taschen.

VANCE, P. (1999) Loft living, London, Ward Lock.

VELLAY, M. & FRAMPTON, K. (1985) Pierre Chareau : architect and craftsman 1883-1950, Thames

WALKLEY, G. (1994) Artists’ houses in London 1764-1914, Aldershot, Scolar Press.

WELSH, J. (1995) The Modern House Phaidon Press..

ZUKIN, S. (1988) Loft living : culture and capital in urban change, London, Radius.

Home-based work

ALLEN, S. & WOLKOWITZ, C. (1987) Homeworking : myths and realities, Basingstoke, Macmillan Education.
BISSET, L. & HUWS, U. (1985) Sweated Labour, a Study of Homework. Low Pay Unit,
BOOTH, C., FRIED, A. & ELMAN, R. M. (1969) Charles Booth’s London : a portrait of the poor at the turn of the century, drawn from his ‘Life and labour of the people in London’, London, Hutchinson.
BRIL, L. (2004) Homeworking in Britain: Flexible Labour or Exploiterd Labour? , National Group on  Homeworking, pp12.
BYTHELL, D. (1978) The sweated trades : outwork in nineteenth-century Britain, London, Batsford.
FELSTEAD, A. & JEWSON, N. (1996) Researching a problematic concept : homeworkers in Britain, University of Leicester, Department of Sociology.
FELSTEAD, A. & JEWSON, N. (2000) In work, at home : towards an understanding of homeworking, London, Routledge.
FELSTEAD, A. (2000) A statistical portrait of working at home in the UK : evidence from the Labour Force Survey, Leicester, ESRC.
FELSTEAD, A., JEWSON, N. & GOODWIN, J. (1996) Homeworkers in Britain, London, HMSO.
HAKIM, C. (1984) Homework and Outwork; National Estimates from Two Surveys. Employment Gazette, Vol.92, pp10.
HAKIM, C. (1987) Home-based work in Britain : a report on the 1981 National Homeworking Survey and the DE research programme on homework, London, Department of Employment.
HAKIM, C. (1998) Social change and innovation in the labour market : evidence from the census SARs on occupational segregation and labour mobility, part-time work and student jobs, homework and self-employment, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
PHIZACKLEA, A. & WOLKOWITZ, C. (1990). New and old technology homeworking in the UK, Department of Sociology, University of Warwick.
PHIZACKLEA, A. & WOLKOWITZ, C. (1995) Homeworking Women: Gender, racism and class at work. , Sage, London.

Policy related issues

CHESTERTON PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENTS (2003) Live/Work Developments - An analysis of their role in economic regeneration. Shoreditch Our Way, pp43
DWELLY, T. (2000) Living at Work: A new policy framework for modern homes. Joseph Rowntree Trust, pp39.
DWELLY, T. (2002) Disconnected: Social housing tenants and the homeworking revolution. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, The Housing Corporation, pp55.
DWELLY, T., LAKE, A. & AITKEN, S. (2003) Homes that Work: The role of housing associations as providers of live/work accommodation. The Housing Corporation, The Live/Work Network, pp88.
LONDON RESIDENTIAL RESEARCH (2005) Review of Live-Work Policy in Hackney. London Borough of Hackney.

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