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A Guide to Keeping out of Trouble: An introduction to architectural practice

By Owen Luder. RIBA Publications, 2001. 81pp. £12 The phrase 'avoiding the trip wires'crops up very occasionally throughout this book, meaning that particularities of the text are not meant to be generalised across all experiences that the reader might encounter, writes Austin Williams . Instead, the booklet gives pointers in the direction of 'right practice', which, with a fair wind, ought to keep the reader out of trouble in his/her architectural practice.

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