Below Ground Level: Creating New Spaces for Contemporary Architecture
By Ernst von Meijenfeldt. Birkhauser, 2003. 264pp. £42.50 Why don't we build more underground buildings? It seems logical that we should begin to utilise more space, and if towers are de rigueur, then maybe building downwards is the next big thing.
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