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Rebirth of a Rock: Pembroke Quarry Amphitheatre
(Virginia Tech, 1999-07-14)
Every place on earth has a voice. This voice resonates from the shaping events that have long passed and the current conditions that continue to give each place its individual character. The voice continually evolves as ...
House in Cuba: A dialog with the place
(Virginia Tech, 1999-07-15)
How do I sense the domain of a place? How does it support my own domain? How does the place communicate its individuality? How does my self listen to this presence? How does the place nurture my inquiries? How ...
(Virginia Tech, 1999-05-11)
<p>This book is a beginning. It begins to explore three conditions. <p> First is the idea of the boundary - not simply the boundary as something that fixes limits, but as something that defines the spatial qualities of ...
Rappahannock River Edge
(Virginia Tech, 1999-07-16)
Inherent in river is a dual nature: it is a dynamic, flooding entity which never moves but causes movement. This cord which ties the lands and towns along its edges also ties the individual town to the water. The river's ...