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Wrinkly Tin: Corrugated Iron in New Zealand

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By Stuart Thompson
Born in British factories, adopted by Kiwi pioneers, reborn as an architectural fashion material - here is the story and romance of corrugated iron, which starts as black sand on our beaches and becomes the wrinkly tin on our homes.

This book is an A to Z of corrugated iron - it turns up on aircraft, army tanks, baches, barbecues, barns, boatsheds, canoes, chimneys, chookhouses, churches, dog kennels, dunnies, farm sheds, fences, goathouses, grain silos, haystacks, huts, long-drops, pigpens, rotundas, sculptures, shearing sheds, stables, toboggans, tree-huts, umbrellas, verendahs, water tanks, and even a zoo elephant.

Paperback, 2005, 128pages, new in very good condition

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 19 March, 2011.
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