Robert Owen and the architect Joseph Hansom
"An unlikely form of co-operation...." between the charismatic pipe-dreamer, Robert Owen, and the much younger ambitious architect, Joseph Hansom, to build a self-sufficient community in rural Hampshire.
Dr Penelope Harris is an authority on Hansom and the development of the architectural profession in the early nineteenth-century. She is an active member of the Victorian Society and Education Officer of the Robert Owen Museum.
Paperback - 240 x 170mm - 152pp