How health and hygiene dominated inter-war modernist architecture

Radun Sanatorium Boarding House, Czech Republic, 1927, by Bohuslav Fuchs.

Paul Overy’s book explores the links between the inter-war modern movement and social preoccupations with health and hygiene, writes Alan Powers

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