Introduction: themes of scarcity

Goodbun, J., Till, J. and Iossifova, D. 2012. Introduction: themes of scarcity. in: Goodbun, J., Till, J. and Iossifova, D. (ed.) Scarcity: architecture in the age of depleting resources London Wiley. pp. 8-15

Chapter titleIntroduction: themes of scarcity
AuthorsGoodbun, J., Till, J. and Iossifova, D.
EditorsGoodbun, J., Till, J. and Iossifova, D.
Book titleScarcity: architecture in the age of depleting resources
Page range8-15
YearJul 2012
PublisherWiley
Publication dates
PublishedJul 2012
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN9781119973621

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