Building A Brick House

This film makes clear for the layperson the whole pattern of building construction for a brick home, from the moment that the architect prepares working plans to the completion of the house itself.
It was originally intended as an instructional film to be shown to Australian servicemen taking courses in the building trades as part of their rehabilitation for civil life after World War Two. Made by the National Film Board 1946. Directed by Eric Thompson.

Source: NFSA Films

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