Table of contents for Form and fancy : factories and factory buildings by Wallis, Gilbert & Partners, 1916-1939 / Joan S. Skinner.


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Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. Thomas Wallis and Wallis, Gilbert & Partners
--Thomas Wallis - biographical background
-- Architectural training and practice
--The Wallis, Gilbert Partnership
2. Interwar architecture and factories
--The architectural background
--Attitudes to factory design
--Influences on factory design
3. Analysis and assessment
--Introduction
(a) The early years 1916-26 - the Daylight/Masonry factories
(b) The mid-term period 1927-35 - the Fancy factories
(c) The later works to 1939 - the Sculptural-Geometric phase
(d) Other designs
--(i) Different styles
--(ii) Miscellany
--(iii) Sheds
4. About it and about, and some conclusions
--A successful philosophy
--Changing the style
--Criticism and appraisal
--Conclusions
Appendix A
Appendix B
References and notes
Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Architecture, Industrial -- Great Britain.
Architecture -- Great Britain -- 20th century.
Wallis, Gilbert and Partners.