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Initially you’ll call Professors Celia Brackenridge and Diana Woodward brave, as they stake their life savings on a group of designers’ plans to build the world’s first computer-cut house. That is, cut on site. By a computer.
Then you’ll think they’re just crazy as neither they, nor the designers, have ever built a house before. On paper (or, more accurately, computer screen), it’s feasible. In practice, it’s not easy treading the fine line between absolute triumph, or what might turn out to be a massive flat-packing failure.