The architect of Victorian work house had a completely new and detained brief. What were the new work house required to do and how did their design facilate this?

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Victorian workhouses differed from previous other places of employment due to large population increases and an influx of people migrating from the countryside to the city to find work. They were established after the economic depression in the 1830s to dissuade any worker from receiving relief. Workhouses were intended to be way-stations for the derelicts and extremely poor families who attempted to find a better life...
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