city hall, infrastructure, urban space, public space
"Infrastructural space offers a model for architecture which is not closed and self-contained, but expansive, continuous, and referential beyond itself. A healthy urban landscape can be produced by buildings that serve to construct sites which expand into the city, giving expression to the role of the urban surface."
Grace, Benjamin, "Constructing A Living Surface: City Hall as Connective Tissue" (2009). Architecture Thesis Prep. 33.