Brick slips and brick panels
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Popular in the 1960s and early 1970s, brick slips were seen as an easy method of concealing the exposed edges of a concrete frame at each floor level (see Introduction).
A failure to recognise the propensity of a concrete framed building to shrink created circumstances where the brick slips could be...
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