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Designing with less common engineering materials Giles Waley has written from Stirling in Scotland: I was struck by the contrasting commentaries in the Journal of 4 May which included references to structural design in two engineering materials that are both ‘non-mainstream’. The thought-provoking report on glass as a structural engineering material discussed the ‘...importance of using technology in the right way and considering the totality of the underlying form...’.