Abstract
The elements of the joiners' house, like the individual pieces of a disassembled joint, are formed in response to the forces that come to bear on them. Each one of these elements acts aa as a joint where program meets landscape. When they come together to form a structural whole, a dynamic relationship is brought into existence.
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