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Michael Dila 2/28/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Selection made on Version 13
the building is explicitly designed to participate in the built environment around it, as well as the natural environment beyond it, and further into local manufacturing, gardens and agriculture
This is, of course, what makes Frederick Law Olmstead such an important exemplar. For him the design always had to confront both its situatedness and its effects as a design or a platform for situation.
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Kevin Slavin 3/13/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Great reference. Yes. Is there one specific note from Olmstead you could point us to? I’m only familiar with their work at the broadest levels.