This practice-based study examines the meanings of the space and the place of
the English beach hut from 1995 to 2010. Historians of tourism consider a beach
hut as a structure of some significance; it is part of the development of the
specificity of the English seaside. This thesis provides a detailed investigation of
the space of the beach hut and how the construction of that space contributes to
the meanings of place along the East Anglia coast.
|Date of Award||2013|