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Aggregates, Amalgams, Allotropes

Syllabus Lydia Xynogala

Aerial Perspective, Port Morris, The Bronx

Aggregates, Amalgams, Allotropes

Ludwig Leo, section of Circulation Tank 2 at the Hydraulics Research Center in Berlin-Tiergarten

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No. 26

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Lydia Xynogala is an architect and writer. She is known for her projects that explore relations between sites, material properties, and cultural narratives at various scales. 

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