The Architecture Of Privacy

Author: Courtney Bowman
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491904526
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This book explores the issue from the perspective of technology itself: how privacy-protective features can become a core part of product functionality, rather than added on late in the development process.

Locks And Lavatories

Author: Philippe Planel
ISBN: 9781850747246
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This book looks at the different approaches to privacy through the centuries, and at how labour-saving devices have transformed the home.

Modernism And The Architecture Of Private Life

Author: Victoria Rosner
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231507879
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participated in the creation of gendered or class-based distinctions as well as
attempting to distinguish between the proper and improper, public and private,
clean and dirty. Robin Evans's work on architectural transition spaces identifies
Kerr as an important figure in the history of the threshold: “with Kerr, architecture
in its entirety was mobilised against the possibility of commobilized, in other
words, in the service of privacy. motion and distraction,”12 Kerr seems noticeably

The Digital Person

Author: Daniel J Solove
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814740375
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In a revealing study of how digital dossiers are created (usually without our knowledge), the author argues that we must rethink our understanding of what privacy is and what it means in the digital age, and then reform the laws that define ...

The Architecture Of Address

Author: Jake Adam York
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135877688
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... seeks to engage the world about it. More specifically, it seeks to inhabit the
world, adapting itself to and insinuating itself within the architectural forms of the
city, and through the architecture of the city to engage its citizens. If the
monumental poem is not as successful as an actual physical monument in
becoming unavoidable, its energy is clearly directed outward, toward the citizenry
, in an attempt to shatter the cocoon of privacy that surrounds the lyric, the
overheard-ness ascribed to ...

The Making Of Home

Author: Judith Flanders
Publisher: Atlantic Books Ltd
ISBN: 1782393781
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But even in the largest houses, the architecture made privacy in modern terms
impossible. Rooms were laid out en enfilade, a series of rooms each opening out
of the next, their doors positioned so that they created a grand perspective line of
rooms stretching away as far as the awed visitors' eyes could see. Visually these
vistas were a physical expression of the extent of their owners' wealth and power.
Practicality was another matter, and the enfilade forced intimacy every bit as
much ...

Clinical Practice And The Architecture Of The Mind

Author: Robert Langs
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 9781855750883
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In addition, the deep unconscious system does have a capacity for perspective,
so it will bring to bear modulating contingencies when they exist. These
qualifying factors may diminish the traumatic aspects of the deviant frame, but
they do not eliminate them. The loss of privacy — paying the fee brings the
parents into the treatment situation — has detrimental effects on both the patient
and the therapist. Some of these costs are reflected in the patient's narrative
material, which points to ...

The Architecture Of Science

Author: Peter Galison
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262071908
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The essays are organized into six sections: "Of Secrecy andOpenness: Science and Architecture in Early Modern Europe"; "Displaying and Concealing Technics inthe Nineteenth Century"; "Modern Space"; "Is Architecture Science?

The Architecture Of The Well Tempered Environment

Author: Reyner Banham
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483141012
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A large part of that ease and leisure comes from the deployment of technical
resources and social organisations, in order to control the immediate
environment: to produce dryness in rainstorms, heat in winter, chill in summer, to
enjoy acoustic and visual privacy, to have convenient surfaces on which to
arrange one's belongings and sociable activities. For all but the last dozen
decades or so, mankind has only disposed of one convincing method for
achieving these environmental ...

Louis Sauer The Architect Of Low Rise High Density Housing

Author: Antonino Saggio
ISBN: 1291005412
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On the opposite side of the house, the living room looks out onto two different
views: tower the back - a small outer garden, towards the front - a water pond and
the courtyard. The first-floor bed-nook and study are small because most of the
area is used for the double-height living room. The parents' bedroom above,
enjoys a great deal of privacy. The 45-degree slope of the roof allows sunlight at
midday to deeply penetrate the courtyard. It also creates a series of external
spaces and ...