|1 Questions of identity: women, architecture and the Aesthetic Movement|
|2 Creating 'The New Room'; the Hall sisters of West Wickham and Richard Norman Shaw|
|3 Elsie de Wolfe and her female clients, 1905-15: gender, class and the professional interior decorator|
|4 Your place or mine? The client's contribution to domestic architecture|
|5 Architecture and reputation: Eileen Gray, gender, and modernism|
|6 Marie Dormoy and the architectural conversation|
|7 A house of her own; Dora Gordine and Dorich House (1936)|
|8 Elizabeth Denby or Maxwell Fry? A matter of attribution|
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Book title: Women's Places: Architecture and Design 1860-1960.
Contributors: Brenda Martin - Editor, Penny Sparke - Editor.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: v.
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