The book is written to have relevance, understanding and utility across government, the professions, and academia equally, taking policy and housing innovation and rendering it understandable and visible using clear language coupled with accessible graphic communication techniques.
Bluefield Housing presents content and methodologies that appeal to a lay audience: those who live in houses in the suburbs, and those who want to. The author has developed a graphic communication strategy for his work that can understood equally by interested amateurs and practitioners within and without the field of infill housing.
The many diagrams in the book are graphically elegant and appealing. The author produces all architectural graphic content himself across multiple digital production techniques, enabling depth and continuity to the work with traditional orthogonal architectural drawings (plans, sections, elevations) alongside diagrams (isometrics, infographics) and visualisations (realistic architectural renders) to add depth to the field of design-led housing research.