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Posted by  G E N I on March 17, 2004 at 02:41:38:

i am a 4th year arch student woth an open design stuos project:

the project is to investigat the linear sequence of george street (sydney) between bathurst street and circular quay including thw quality of the dailu life of the population of the cbs.... in terms of malevichs concept of the 4th dimension, (abstract / theoretical / conceptual/ urban design) we are required to make an insertion into the fabric of this major thoroughfare which will enhance the experience of movemnt and qulaity of daily life of the cbd...

any ideas/ suggestions or advice on understaning malevuch and relating his philosopy of the 4th dimension to george stret would be fantastic!! thanks

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