Corrugated Iron. Building on the Frontier by Adam Mornement & Simon Holloway

Long and fascinating history of ‘indented or corrugated metallic sheets’, the first patent was granted in 1829.The first Word War brought the Nissen hut, perhaps the most iconic of all corrugated iron buildings and today it has proved invaluable in disaster relief.

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