Abstract
Three groups of houses for Locktenders; Locktenders, for the most part, occupied small, company built shelters 'all precisely of one size style, and pattern, and located beside the tow path and central part of the lock, if ground permitted. fr. 'The Delaware and Hudson Canalway, Carrying Coal to Rondout' D.H.Sanderson The vehicle for the design is three groups of houses along the now defunct Delaware and Hudson canal. The main issue that the design will have to address is a simple one, it is also a paradox. In that if one states that the landscape informs the architecture, the matching issue is in what way does the architecture inform the landscape?
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Canal Aqueduct House
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Kingston, New York, United States
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