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Title: TAMING THE MILKEN HILL, ENUGU (I); A DESIGN PHILOSOPHY
Authors: Aniekwu, Nathaniel Anny
Issue Date: 1984
Publisher: Journal of Tropical Architecture
Series/Report no.: 3;2
Abstract: The paper is the part I of a 3 phased research on the possibility of salvaging and integrating the Milliken hill, a dangerous and subsequently abandoned area, into the Enugu town fabric, the systematized approach of this work is to first of all identify the properties dangers therein, critically review these properties, possibly with field tests and suggest a design philosophy for the area as a whole. These paper has tried to identify most of the problems associated with the area using some sample results from exploration tests conducted by the Nigerian coal mining corporation, it is the opinion of the author that the dangers of the area can also be seen as rare opportunities that should be exploited, and suggests a design philosophy bases on a direct response to these dangers.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/243
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