Abstract
This investigation examines architecture as a manifestation of typological and topological for­mations. It was necessary to define a language that could develop inherently from program and site. This endeavor would address the fundamen­tal problems of dichotomy within landscape and architecture.
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Manhattan, New York, United States
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