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Flexible housing: opportunities and limits

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 July 2006

Tatjana Schneider
Affiliation:
School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, Western Bank Sheffield S10 2TN, UKt.schneider@sheffield.ac.ukjtill@sheffield.ac.uk
Jeremy Till
Affiliation:
School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, Western Bank Sheffield S10 2TN, UKt.schneider@sheffield.ac.ukjtill@sheffield.ac.uk
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Abstract

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Flexibility in housing design has social, economic and environmental advantages and yet is currently often ignored. The first of two papers sets out the history of this issue.

Type
theory
Copyright
© 2005 Cambridge University Press