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Inspirational design gives housing clue

Dennis Crompton, speaking at the recent Archigram symposium in Manchester, reminded the audience that the group's approach to housing and urban regeneration/ intensification was to add rather than replace, hence clip-on design; if only that approach had been adopted. Equally inspirational is a new model of how we might address housing provision in urban areas, in the form of the Hunt Thompson/Ralph Erskine proposals which have won the Millennium Village competition. One encouraging ...


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