This was at the bottom of an order for our book Shelter last week:
“I came across an original copy of this book in the early 90’s teaching art students at college, at an old heads house in North London. She let me make a photocopy of it and I would use it to demonstrate how age-old construction technologies are transcendent and empowering. I lost the copy before emigrating to the US and for the life of me couldn’t remember the title, in spite of continually using it as a reference point! So imagine my delight when 20 years later I rediscovered that it’s still in print and now I can recommend it to EVERYONE!
Man – Humble apologies for making a copy all those years ago. As I cannot begin to express my gratitude, and the influence it bore, for this WONDERFUL piece of art. You captured the spirit of an age still yet to be realized, and that’s a continuous source of inspiration!
Blessings on your house.