The Daily Telegraph magazine - 11 February 1972 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT PSSHAK BUILT - Flexibility has been a sadly neglected aspect of housing. Now two young architects have come up with PSSHAK, a scheme allowing owners to move wall partitions and doors, changing the entire layout of their home, while the basic structure remains solid. What are the long-term implications? 1½ pages
FIGURES IN AN ORIENTAL LANDSCAPE - Japan's transistor radios grow smaller, her giant tankers bigger... cities spread over the countryside, smog hangs over the cherry trees. Yet Japan is also the friendly land of farmers and fishermen, the tranquil society of poets and artists. Marina Warner sought out some of those willing Western exiles bound to this second, older Japan by bonds of affection and respect 5½ pages
FAMOUS ME - A short story by Patrick Marnham 1½ pages
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