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    Taxidermy of Architecture by Nayereh Pater-Rov

    Matthew Messner
    Jan 22, '12 1:17 AM EST


    Nayereh Pater-Rov


    This project is a selection of architectural taxidermy. Interest lies in assigning program to a collection of plans and sections that are hung in various ways as display for the city. Mostly, this project is interested in plans and sections of specific line sensibilities and the moments that are created by their placement. Each tower holds a character (the top heavy male and bottom heavy female) in which bond in a loving and close relationship.

    Fall 2011 Interior Urbanism Studio
    Professor Jimenez Lai
    Site: Canal Street & Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois


    More work from last semester on its way!

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