Piecing the jigsaw to stand the test of time

We are second-generation architects, Stephen Proctor and I, and our fathers often remind us that we are not the first to try to crack the prefab nut. Steel, timber and concrete have all been used by the profession in pursuit of the Holy Grail; inexpensive and quickly built quality ...

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