Looking at/in/from the Maison de Verre
Negotiating Domesticity: Spatial Productions of Gender in Modern Architecture
Routledge Taylor & Francis Group
177 - 193
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The iconic Maison de Verre, attributed to Pierre Chareau and Bernard Bijvoet (Paris, 1928-1932), has traditionally been analyzed in terms of its eponymous glass-block walls, its industrial aesthetic, its climate-control advancements, and/or the way that the house seems to be like one large piece of furniture. However, few commentators have critically discussed the two different.