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Why is construction so backward? - reviewed by Paul Finch

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Why is construction so backward? James Woudhuysen, Ian Abley, Stefan Muthesius and Miles Glendinning

A tour-de-force of polemical provocation, this timely work forces the readers to think about construction in the broadest terms. Required reading.

Paul Finch, Editorial Director, the Architects' Journal

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