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Posted by  gene on August 08, 2003 at 06:09:27:

Ok I am designing a house, what I have in mind is simply to place a series of functions ontop of each another-I feel by doing this they have a more influencial/relative character to one another as opposed to when they are spread out horisontally. I am aware that there are many ways of relating functions but I'd like to challenge this one.
I am trying to understand how such relationships could function, how they might be arranged to create a mystical atmosphere and how vertical form in a residential context could be executed. Could anyone help me find some information or examples?

 
 
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