A Constant Element of Architecture: A Path Through the Puget Sound
McGuire, Kieran Lee
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This thesis explores the design of a constant element of architecture over a changing landscape, and the moments created along the way. This exploration takes the form of a bridge and series of towers that travel 50 miles from Seattle, WA to the edge of the Puget Sound, Protection island. It is a pilgrimage, a journey, a structure situated within a suspended time and space.
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