existence and continuity
History is a narrative of interdependent events or a series of events clustering about some idea which weaves them together. History gathers individually occurring events along the datum of such an idea and absorbs it into a realm of simultaneity. Similarly, this thesis attempts to amplify the co-existence of overlaying fragments of construction. Interventions with extant artifacts are another layer compounded toward a continuing history of building.
This investigation is a search for an architecture with a presence of permanence and historical continuity.