Abstract
The hexagon-a geometrical shape whose angles possess inherent strength-is used as the basis of a truss system to suspend a living unit off the vertical face of the cliff. A cube, sheared along its internal hexagonal section cut forms the core from which the truss is developed.
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Wood House on the Palisades
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Palisades, New York, United States
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