Collage by Jacob Gulinson and Jack Lynch


Jacob Gulinson, Jack Lynch
Two unique towers host 225 ocular dwellings in the Bronx. The masses conceptualize architectural spaces vis-à-vis perspectives from both the outside and within. The interior/exterior relationship drives the question: What does it mean to see and be seen in an urban setting? How might one live between these two situations?
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