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    Section through collection house 2

    This Collection House contains objects from the Kitchen, Scullery and Dining Room, the principal rooms for preparing and eating food. The billowing Copper curtain fixed in a state suggesting the presence of weather within the bell jar. This refers to Richardson’s concern to capture a particular mood through the absence of electrical heating and lighting, the Collection Houses are contained within bell jars, where weather is represented rather than existing, creating a mood whilst preserving the collection.

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