Trying it at home
Burd Haward Marston Architects has completed its first new building, a self-build house in a conservation area in Ealing, west London. Its experience shows that many of the key elements of the the Segal Method, as set out in the AJ 15 years ago (5.11.86), are just as applicable today It is an attitude of mind rather than a system of construction.
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