In most parts of the world, warehousing tends to be developed horizontally. In Hong Kong, and to a lesser extent Singapore, where the cost of land is a dominant factor, warehousing is built vertically.

Our first article in this issue summarises a successful competition submission for a mixed development for industrial, warehouse and commercial use involving a floor area of some 180,000m2.

Other articles include Earthquake damage and repairs to historic buildings in Montenegro; Asahi fibre and spinning plant, Tawnaghmore, Killala, Co Mayo, Ireland; IBM North Harbour Phase 4.

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The Arup Journal 1982 - Issue 3