Section Through the New York Sewer System
Author: Tristan Vetter
School: University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA
“This drawing is not a literal representation of the New York sewer system, but a metaphor of New York as a plumbing fixture which is part of the larger sewer system. A plumbing fixture has multiple components that function together, and must have a input and an output: a supply line and a drain. A fixture also contains a device that regulates the flow of inputs and outputs, a valve.”
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