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A house for an archeologist negotiates between the following elements: the column, an existing wall separating the old city from the new, and a pocket in the strata of the Earth, also dividing the two cities. The house works as a lens into an incomplete history of the city.
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Pompey's Pillar, Alexandria, Egypt
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