"[T]he book is an excellent and easy read, full of fresh insights about a hugely significant and understudied building type." - Annmarie Adams, Journal of Architectural Education, McGill University
About the Author
Dana Arnold is Professor of Architectural History and Theory at Middlesex University, London. Her other writings on London include Rural Urbanism: London landscapes in the early nineteenth century (2006) and Representing the Metropolis: Architecture, urban experience and social life in London 1800-1840 (2000).