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And they have sought to make the building limits dematerialize progressively at the interface with the natural environment: the finely honed roof structures, the sunbreaker fins projecting from the walls of the dormitory range, the hovering thin metal roofcovering.
The house embodies the complexity of the spaces coming into being after perspective: spaces of charge not necessarily electronic; spaces of dissolve not necessarily optical; spaces that go small as well as large and extralarge; spaces that, without any inspiration from computers, dematerialize the old ideas of how to take possession of them.