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Charlie Hailey teaches design/build, history, and theory at the University of Florida, where he received his doctorate. A licensed architect and a Fulbright Scholar, he also studied at Princeton University and UT-Austin and has worked with the designer-builders Jersey Devil. His previous books include Campsite (LSU Press, 2008), Camps (MIT Press, 2009), and Spoil Island (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013).
Design/Build with Jersey Devil: A Handbook for Education and
Practice is a wonderful mixture of history, interviews, experiments
and how-to's, all focused around the design/build pedagogy and
practice of its 1970s pioneers, Jersey Devil. - Architect
It is one thing to design; it is another to go through construction with an adaptable design, influenced by various factors resulting in a more successful product..This will be of interest to architecture students and professionals looking for alternative methodology. -Library Journal
The small book is crammed with practical information throughout (building a water tube level is just one standout), while also including a few in-depth case studies. -ArchDaily