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TADAO ANDO. Would this area be considered a space? It's only partially defined by walls and floor but is left open on 3 sides. Maybe it is a space created by the resonance created between the object like walls, the deification that we talked about in class. If that if the case, how much of the defining forms be erased before it no longer implies a space that can be interpreted as a whole?
rms are partially buried into the sloping ground of a national park and become a compositional addition to the landscape. Placed carefully as to not disrupt the pre-existing trees on the site, the structure responds to the adjacent ecosystem while the concrete forms address a more general nature throu