Everyone involved was a bit hesitant: should we be involving trendy design firms in a competition to grapple with the problems of the single homeless, and the temporary shelters which are provided in the winter months? Would it just be a piece of radical chic? The project was devised by Crash, the construction industry charity which for many years has built temporary shelters as well as undertaking more long-term work; the aj and our parent company Emap Construct are among its many ...
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