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Architecture frm the Structural Point of View

Like many other important issues the subject of architecture is best understood by an appreciation of elemental truths. In this paper it will be endeavoured to show the necessity for a revision of ideas in order to bring the scientific art into closer touch with modern life. Professor A. E. Richardson

Author(s): Richardson, A E