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Viewpoint: The design of low rise masonry buildings in Haiti

Original respondents to Grenville Phillips’ March 2013 article ‘Why change Haiti’s cultural building aspirations?’, Tom McGregor and Michael Summers, summarise the subsequent discussions that took place and put forward their own views on the reinforced/confined masonry debate.

Author(s): T. McGregor and M. Summers