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Terraced housing will continue to reinvent itself

I was encouraged to read your article on ‘Contemporary Terraced Housing Types’ (AJ 18.10.07). The debate on housing should concentrate on the macro and micro elements of density, given that both ends of the spectrum inform each other. It would be easy to concentrate on the large and glamourous. Hawkins\Brown has designed one of the highest density schemes in London, Poplar High Street (pictured below), at 2,556 hab rooms per hectare, along with individual houses providing 12 hab rooms ...

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