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Passionate about corrugated iron


'We are not alone in having a passion for old tin sheds' claims Sue Clifford, director of Common Ground 'but we also love joyous new buildings built of corrugated iron.' The Corrugated Iron Club is part of Common Ground's campaign for Local Distinctiveness. In denouncing corrugated iron's cheapyet-bland status, or its 'homogenising influence' on the landscape, the club advocates the material's flexibility for the designer in creating small yet distinctive local buildings. The Corrugated Iron Club is always keen to hear about interesting architectural applications of the material. Traditionalists and romantics alike should visit www. corrugated-iron-club. info for more information.

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