Abstract
The architect concerns oneself with the mysteries of space and form, and is also obligated to invent new programs. It is essential that the architect creates works that are ultimately life provoking. While architecture may be life giving, it too, can support life taking; the end of life. A new program, Hospice, is for those who will leave the earth, with dignity, with those loved, and with proximity to the earth, the sky and the sea.
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A Hospice
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