Community architecture has emerged as a powerful force for
change in the way people all over the world are creating their own homes,
neighbourhoods and cities. This book - the first on the subject - explains
how and why Community Architecture works and reveals the full story of the
quiet revolution which provides hope for communities everywhere.
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"...indispensable to all concerned with the disastrous state of
our built environment. A pioneering and definitive work...." -- Environment Now, April, 1988.
"...indispensable to all concerned with the disastrous state
of our built environment. A pioneering and definitive work...."
Vivian Linacre, Environment Now, April 1988.
"...written with such tenacity of purpose that arguments for and against
seem as irrelevant as King Canute attempting to push back the waves."
Jim Antoniou, Building Design, 29 January 1988.
"...absolutely essential reading.... The book succeeds in demonstrating the
many things which can be achieved by, and through, the changed relationship
between designer and client which is at the heart of successful progress."
Jeff Bishop, Bulletin of Environmental Education, November 1987.
"...an antidote to apathy... that can have the dangerous effect of not just
making you sit back and ponder on the ills of the world, but of stimulating
you enough to want to get stuck in to try and tackle them."
Kelvin McDonald, Planning, 27 November 1987.
"...a Bible to (Prince) Charles."
Anthony Holden, Charles: A Biography,Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1988.
Nominated as the best book of 1987 by Frank McDonald, Irish Sunday Tribune.
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