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Could Architects for Aid be taking the... No, surely not.

This eminently worthy organisation is organising an event, in conjunction with Sheffield University, on the subject of 'using human urine in mud brick construction'. The result of a research project, it will be introduced by Sheffield's head of school Jeremy Till, and hosted by the London office of his partner Sarah Wigglesworth. And Astragal always thought it was straw that they used to make bricks...

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