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Crossing Design Boundaries

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Crossing Design Boundaries. / Rodgers, Paul (Editor); Brodhurst, LIbby (Editor); Hepburn, Duncan (Editor).

London : Taylor & Francis, 2005.

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsBook

Harvard

Rodgers, P, Brodhurst, LI & Hepburn, D (eds) 2005, Crossing Design Boundaries. Taylor & Francis, London .

APA

Rodgers, P., Brodhurst, LI., & Hepburn, D. (Eds.) (2005). Crossing Design Boundaries. Taylor & Francis.

Vancouver

Rodgers P, (ed.), Brodhurst LI, (ed.), Hepburn D, (ed.). Crossing Design Boundaries. London : Taylor & Francis, 2005.

Author

Rodgers, Paul (Editor) ; Brodhurst, LIbby (Editor) ; Hepburn, Duncan (Editor). / Crossing Design Boundaries. London : Taylor & Francis, 2005.

Bibtex

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