Architects, Angels, Activists and the City of Bath, 1765-1965: Engaging with Women's Spatial Interventions in Buildings and Landscape
Approaching the past as both historian and artist, Cynthia Imogen Hammond presents the ways in which women across classes designed and defied the urban fabric of one of England's most architecturally significant cities.
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