Why is construction so backward?
James Woudhuysen and Ian Abley draw on the latest technologies that have emerged both inside and outside the sector to form a detailed, practical alternative to the conventional wisdom in building design and urban planning. This book is a sharp attack against architecture as social engineering and environmentalist dogma.
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