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Why we need five million
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10 years

James Heartfield

With a foreword by Robert Bruegmann

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audacity is a campaigning company concerned with the design and production of the man-made environment, advocating development free from the burden of "sustainababble" and "communitwaddle".

Contact: Ian Abley

Audacity, 8 College Close, Hackney, London, E9 6ER

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Telephone: 07947 621 790

Kate Moorcock Abley is the managing director of audacity, and with husband Ian Abley, an experienced site Architect, they manage the projects undertaken. Proposals are welcome. He is interested in everything between the manufacturing of vacuum insulation and the building of mile high towers. Ian is co-author of Why is construction so backward? (2004) and co-editor of Manmade Modular Megastructures. (2006) He is planning to identify locations for 250 new British towns.

James Heartfield and James Woudhuysen are the leading directors of audacity, and regularly broadcast on radio and television.

While James, James, Kate and Ian write for www.audacity.org for free and in a fully independent spirit, they charge clients full commercial rates for the exercise of that spirit elsewhere.

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