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Review 'I have waited a long time to read a work like John Templer's The Staircase. Its achievement of several objectives makes these unique volumes about buildings and about architecture. They blend the joy of aesthetics with the rigor of building science. They draw from historical, laboratory, and field research. They provide the passion of someone who clearly delights in architecture, yet they display the crispness of the analyst who sees bow buildings can better work for their users. This is a model product of architectural research.' ?Michael L. Joroff, Director, MIT Laboratory of Architecture and Planning Read more About the Author John Templer, formerly Regents' Professor of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology, has published extensively on architecture including theory, human factors research, and designing for the elderly and disabled. He is also an expert on legal cases involving bodily injury caused by falls. Read more

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