Built for sex: how architecture dictates bedroom habits

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Peta Mayer

Architects advertise homes built for entertaining or family interaction but do some styles encourage more sex?

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The Master Bedroom of the Sheats Goldstein residence. Image: Scott Campbell Photography. 

About the author

Peta Mayer has a PhD in English Literature from University of Melbourne