How have architecture and design been represented in popular culture? How do these fictional reflections feed back into and influence 'the real world'? Archi.Pop: Architecture and Design in Popular Culture offers the first contemporary critical overview of this diverse and intriguing relationship in cultural forms including television, cinema, iconic buildings and everyday interiors, music and magazines. Bringing the study of architecture and culture firmly to the contemporary world, Archi.Pop offers a unique critical investigation into how this dynamic relationship has shaped the way we live and the way we interact with the constructed world around us.Post-World War I dollhouses in other architectural styles, including Art Deco and early Modern examples, exist but only as deviations from the Victorian/ gingerbread type, these also being hand-made. ... Play Family House (never referred to as a dollhouse) was conceivedalike most Fisher-Price products up to that timeaas being largely gender Photo by Kathryn Morris, Morris toy collection. neutral.
|Author||:||D. Medina Lasansky|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2014-10-23|