Abstract
A depot, like its transitory inhabitants, exists between the earth and the cosmos. The earth is tangent to the cosmos at a single point, the mind. Programmatically, depots are structures for assembly and storage. Architecturally, they are spaces through which time is measured and experienced.
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Depot
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Glacial Lake Agassiz Basin, United States and Canada
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