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Issue 7.2

Flatpack Architecture: Investigating Circularity Through Temporary, Demountable Buildings 

Vacant lots exist in every city, and like land everywhere they carry inherent potential—socially, economically, and environmentally. Sometimes these sites await longer-term development plans but can be used on a temporary ‘Meanwhile’ basis. Demountable and redeployable structures designed for disassembly offer a potential solution—delivering architectural quality and social value for a low cost. The Hithe in South London demonstrates this potential, and its development explored the broader challenges of delivering circularity in construction. 

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