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Rooftop Architecture: Building on an elevated surface By Ed Melet and Eric Vreedenburgh, Nai Publishers. 2004.

It is interesting to see experimental forms of, and techniques in, urban architecture and it is undoubtedly true, evidenced by this book (as well as Sean Topham's books on mobile and inflatable architecture), that real experimentation takes place outside the UK.

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