Syracuse, library design, architecture and language, architectural language
'This thesis proposes that a legible and complete language of architecture in an industrial society may be arrived at through the creation and use of a mass produced kit of parts. It sets out to prove the viability of such work by inventing and adapting a standardized kit to several versions of a library program on separate sites in Syracuse, NY."
Wing, Alexander K., "Reading and Composition: An Exploration into the Nature of an Architectural Language" (1996). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 149.
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