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Ralph Blakelock, CHEYENNE ENCAMPMENT (1873) courtesy of Portland Art Museum, gift in memory of Moulton Loyal Andrus.

When we refer to “domestic architecture,” we mean the spaces that people create or shape to serve as their homes. A domestic space does not have to be a western-style single family house—it can be a cave, a castle, a tipi, an apartment, or a small corner within a larger dwelling. The almost infinite variety of spaces that qualify as domestic architecture makes clear that there is nothing universal or absolute about any one concept of “home.”

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