Prefabs: The history of the UK Temporary Housing Programme (Studies in History, Planning and the Environment Series)

Prefabs: The history of the UK Temporary Housing Programme (Studies in History, Planning and the Environment Series)

1995 | 200 Pages | ISBN: 0419188002 | PDF | 12 MB

The book looks at the emergence of the prefab as a unique housing form. It examines the reasons prefabs have survived way beyond their design life of fifteen years, when other post-war housing types have been demolished. There is no other single text that sets the temporary housing programme in context.

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