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Last edited 04 Feb 2015
Considered seminal at the time, Patterns had a significant influence on engineering for several decades. Patterns is reproduced here with the kind permission of Buro Happold because of its historical interest and the impact it has had on the development of engineering theory.
Patterns 6 was published in July 1990.
The contents of Patterns 6 are:
- 'Those Ills We Have'. By Bill Biggs.
- Horsham Town Centre Redevelopment. By Rod Macdonald.
- Warehouse and Office Development for Schwarzkopf UK. By John Morrison.
- Infrastructure and Highway Design for Emersons Green Science Research Park, Avon. By Vincent Grant and John Fraud.
- An Atrium at Buckingham Gate, Westminster. By Mick Green, Peter Moseley and Ben Kaser.
- Lighting the High-Tech Office. By Paul Ruffles.
- Restoration Behind the Listed Facade - Colonnades, Bath. By Richard Harris and Simon Wright.
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