Three Fore-Sites

 

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In other words, the thing that comes be-fore, that teases out the site design. I’ve made use of this Old English prefix in studio as fore-plans and fore-sections, as architecture representation devices called on to negotiate between forms grown and forms made. There’s an aliveness in the things produced for the mid-review, bundles of singed cardboard full of architectural possibility.

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