Walter Segal

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Walter Segal, né à Berlin le 15 mai 1907 et mort à Londres le 27 octobre 1985, est un architecte britannique pionner de l'autoconstruction.

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  • Walter Segal, Home and Environment, Leonard Hill (1948, 1953)
  • Walter Segal, Planning and Transport: Their Effects on Industry and Residence Dent, for the Cooperative Permanent Building Society, (1945)
  • Walter Segal, Learning from the Self-Builders (Audiobook), World Microfilms Publications Ltd (December 1983)
  • John McKean, 'The Segal System', special issue on systems, Architectural Design, March 1976, pp. 288-96.
  • John McKean 'Semi prezio di buon senso’ ('Not just liberation through technology, but implicit meanings too: an appreciation of Walter Segal') in Spazio e Societa (Milano), June 1986, No. 34, pp.18-26.
  • John McKean 'Walter Segal: the man and the myth', extended essay in Building Design (London), 10 May 1988
  • John McKean, Learning from Segal: Walter Segal's Life, Work and Influence, Birkhauser (Basel and Boston) (1989) [contains full bibliographies]
  • John McKean, 'Becoming an Architect in Europe Between the Wars', Architectural History (The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of G. B.), Vol. XXXIX, 1996, pp. 124 - 146. (the story of Segal's education)