When Arthur Miller wrote Death of a Salesman in 1949, he was exploring reality versus illusion and as the play demonstrates, each character has a unique conception of their ‘American Dream.’

It’s a question that remains very much alive today. Almost seven decades on, Miller’s salesman metaphor seems to keep on giving. Had the play been written in today’s world, Miller may have chosen a different role for Willy Loman. Could we substitute tradesman as metaphor? Innovation in construction is driving…