asymmetry in the country

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Today’s installment is something a little idiosyncratic – this one didn’t begin with a square, but rather a triangle.  From that, came a rotunda, and two arms, one of which I furnished with a square.  This project takes more precedence from the picturesque traditions, but is still rather rigorous in module and geometry.  References stem from Robert A M Stern to Samuel Vosper’s work with the Army Corps of Engineers and a touch of Lutyens.

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