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A problem stated as "design a twenty seven foot cube" was suggested as a thesis project. The study was based on the premise that procedure is of primary importance in design. Varying levels of complexity and different building types may be accommodated not by a procedural change but by applying the appropriate program requirements. It was intended that the distinctions of form and function should not exist in the process, but instead that the process should consist of three simultaneously occurring systems: spatial, structural, and environmental.
A Twenty Seven Foot Cube
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