We sit together: utopian benches from the Shakers to the Separatists of Zoar
"Whether for protest, religious congress, companionship, eating, or comfort, sitting communally remains one of the most powerful and prevalent of human social activities. This simple act held special significance in numerous utopian communities that emerged in nineteenth-century America, and wa...
|Main Author:||Cape, Francis, 1952-|
New York :
Princeton Architectural Press,