The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 4 (1926) > Issues > Issue 5 > Housing in the Netherlands - VI. (Concluding)
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Housing in the Netherlands - VI. (Concluding)

A few details of some of tlhe systems of concrete building adopted by the Housing Authorities in the Netherlands, in order to supplement the output of brick dwellings, I feel sure will be of general interest to all those interested in the housing problem in the British Isles, and of particular interest to those who have studied alternative and supplemental methods of house building. Sir Charles T. Ruthen