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architectural analysis
module 1
BIG, Hafjell Mountain Hotel
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part b - spatial systems
Leif Estrada, Arch.Analysis 2010
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Yuliya Grebyonkina / Karly Stephens, Arch.Analysis 2012
K.STEPHENS
Y. GREBYONKINA
SERVICE VOIDS
VOIDS
Solid mat is the generic form rather then a simple typology definition. The mat is cut into two independent building by the street, which also
shapes the outlines of added retail space on ground floor. Retail spaces form an open surface for an adittional 4 units to grow above. Retail space
serves as a wrapper that buffers the hidden interrior of the units from the street and general flow. Extruded vertical autonomies shift up
and expose unit cores/ towers for private and public circulation, which afterwards forces structural system to wrap around each core to distinguish the
barrior between inside (private) and outside
(public). Standard matte base moves up to provide full enclosure and intimacy for bedroom area. Structural element again
wraps around the program to provide very rough and insisting privacy .
Vertical programatic development opens up to the top for very refined, open and light spaces.
On a top level the back wall folds out and separates units.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
Oma/ Rem Koolhaas
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 B

BUFFER
TIERS
Morphology - Levels of privacy and enclosure / exposure
Units align along the horizontail grid and form three rows of tiers. Each tier is formed of two different unit types;
as retail element is added the unit above it deforms and forms a new tier as well. Tiers have a level of porosity defined
by service void from the back and the cut outs formed by unit voids.
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Yuliya Grebyonkina / Karly Stephens, Arch.Analysis 2012

K.STEPHENS
Y. GREBYONKINA
A A`
B B`
A``
B``
Bar geometry is split into two parts by the street and
then extruded with the front retail program
3 : 4 Grid divides formed mat into vertical units
of 2 generic typologies
Mat is pierced through by series of voids added into each one of the units
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
OMA
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 A
There are two generic unit types (A and B) that populate the perimeter by mirroring along the vertical grid (A’ and B‘),
Left building symmetrically mirrors onto the left building. Units above the retail are deformated to match the street outline.
Units vary in sizes (2,3 and 4 bedroom) as well as void configuration.

A A`
B B`
A``
B``
K.STEPHENS
Y. GREBYONKINA
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
Architect Name Here
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 D

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SHARED CIRCULATION
UNIT/PRIVATE CIRCULATION
THIS DIAGRAM IS HIGHLIGHTING WHERE THE SHARED AND PRIVATE UNIT CIRCULATION IS
ON THE SECOND FLOOR.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 B

OMA/REM KOOLHOUSE
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
K.STEPHENS
Y. GREBYONKINA
UNIT/PRIVATE CIRCULATION
SHARED CIRCULATION
THIS DIAGRAM IS HIGHLIGHTING WHERE THE SHARED/PRIVATE UNIT CIRCULATION IS AND
WHERE THE SHARED CIRCULATON IS ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 B

OMA/REM KOOLHOUSE
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
K.STEPHENS
Y. GREBYONKINA
THIRD FLOOR PLAN
Y. GREBYONKINA
K.STEPHENS
SHARED CIRCULATION
UNIT/PRIVATE CIRCULATION
THIS DIAGRAM IS HIGHLIGHTING WHERE THE SHARED AND PRIVATE UNIT CIRCULATION IS
ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 B

OMA/REM KOOLHOUSE
Yuliya Grebyonkina / Karly Stephens, Arch.Analysis 2012
ENTRANCE
CIRCULATION
VOID
BATHROOMS
BEDROOM
ROOF TERRACE
KITCHEN
OPEN LIVING SPACE
ENTRANCE ENTRANCE
ENTRANCE
Program component layout on different levels. Void is consistent throughout each floor and becomes a generic
modifier for circualtion and program.
K.STEPHENS
Y. GREBYONKINA
UNIT - VOID relationship
Unit typology is defined by the void boundaries. Void becomes a solid part of the units that activates public spaces,
forms outdoor occupiable surfaces and serves as a buffer for private typologies.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
Architect Name Here
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 D

THIS DIAGRAM IS SHOWING PRIVATE UNIT CIRCULATION IN A TYPICAL UNIT. WHERE THE CIRCULATION
OVERLAPS WITH THE VOID, THE MOST PRIVATE PROGRAM IS CONNECTED.
Y. GREBYONKINA
K.STEPHENS
THE CIRCULATION SHOWS IS SPLIT INTO THREE LEVELS. THE BOTTOM FLOOR IS THE CONNECTED IS SEMI-CONNECTED TO THE VOID,
MIDDLE FLOOR IS CONNECTED, AND THE TOP FLOOR IS SEMI CONNECTED.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed
OMA/REM KOOLHOUSE
FUKUOKA / JAPAN
1991
MODULE 1 B

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Morphosis, Madrid Housing
Pranay Mowji, Madrid Social Housing (Morphosis)
typology
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The BEAM + LOT 13
residential block
Typology
Circulation
Alexia Gaviola
Flori Kryethi
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Architect Name Here
City / Location Here
Year Designed / Built Here
Area (SF), # Floors, # Units
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Delugan Meissl
Vienna, Austria
1998
Bridge
Coridors
Stairs
Elevators
Circulation layers of the building show vertical and horizontal organization. Three
cores are distributed trhoughout the length and then the circulation is transfered to
single loaded coridors.
A block typology is streched into a bar where it is split to divide the
volume programatically.
BLOCK
BAR
split BEAM
public void
Marieca Tie, Cameron Eng, Arch.Analysis 2011 Alexia Gaviola, Flori Kryethi, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Bar
Courtyard
Bar+Courtyard
Taylor Fulton
Jaime Bernal
The Fukuoka Housing has a system of taking spaces out to create voids for
open space, sunlight, and privacy. These voided spaces create a series of
vertical bars, and a courtyard in between the bars.
EXTRACTION FROMFORMCREATES VOID SPACES,
ALLOWING ACCESS TO NATURAL LIGHT AND AIR.
Typology Diagram 1
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Steven Holl
Fukuoka, Japan
1989,FukuokaHousing
4,243m, 5 Floors, 28 Units
BAR TYPOLOGY
BEND
COMPRESSED
TWIST
TWIST OCCURS TO ACCOMMODATE ITSELF
INTO THE SITE AS WELL AS ADJACENT BUILDINGS
Taylor Fulton
Jaime Bernal
A lot of Sunlight Not a lot of Sunlight
Morphology Diagram 1
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Steven Holl
Fukuoka, Japan
1989,FukuokaHousing
4,243m, 5 Floors, 28 Units
The voids create a space for privacy, and to let sunlight into the units.
Some of the facades of the building get more light because of how open
they are.
Jaime Bernal / Taylor Fulton, Arch.Analysis 2012
typology vs. morphology
typology diagrams
morphology diagrams
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B. Leong, A. Iwan
TYPICAL SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSING BLOCK “DOUBLE DECKER”
This bar typology takes the idea of street-accessed single
family housing and stacks one bar over another due to the
need for density. This creates an elevated street condition
(direct street access) for both upper and lower units.
POSITIVE EXTENSION
The lot is under the residential zoning of 3-storey buildings.
But in order to maximize the experiential qualities of each
lot (double aspects), a third of the lot is allotted for a public
park as a tradeo to grow one storey higher.
SHARED “COURTYARD”
Though this housing scheme is predominantly a bar ty-
pology, it can also be interpreted as a courtyard typology.
Given its location, sandwiched between two buildings, and
the subtraction to provide public park, the scheme’s court-
yard becomes shared with the adjacent building.
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Greenacre Poinsettia
Architect
City / Location
Year Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
West Hollywood, California
Summer 2009
16,000 SF, 4 stories, 11 Units
Formosa 1140
Formosa 1140 explores porosity in multiple ways. The skin, circulation, physical built form, land-
scape, accessibility, and space of this project captures the visual, physical, and experiential aspects
of being porous. Though the project can be analyzed through typical topics or categories, almost
all the studies will revolve around the notion of porosity.
CIRCULATION
The circulation through this housing scheme is
mostly horizontal with the exception of a few
vertical movements for when there is a level
change. It is a continuous system that glides
through the housing units, public park, and
underground parking space.
HOUSING OUTDOOR SPACE CIRCULATION
B. Leong, A. Iwan
TYPICAL SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSING BLOCK “DOUBLE DECKER”
This bar typology takes the idea of street-accessed single
family housing and stacks one bar over another due to the
need for density. This creates an elevated street condition
(direct street access) for both upper and lower units.
POSITIVE EXTENSION
The lot is under the residential zoning of 3-storey buildings.
But in order to maximize the experiential qualities of each
lot (double aspects), a third of the lot is allotted for a public
park as a tradeo to grow one storey higher.
SHARED “COURTYARD”
Though this housing scheme is predominantly a bar ty-
pology, it can also be interpreted as a courtyard typology.
Given its location, sandwiched between two buildings, and
the subtraction to provide public park, the scheme’s court-
yard becomes shared with the adjacent building.
!DOUBL
This bar ty
family hous
need for d
ti h
TYPICAL SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSING BLOCK
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1216
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1203
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7330
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7362
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Greenacre Poinsettia
Anesta Iwan, Bobby Leung, Arch.Analysis 2011
Architect
City / Location
Year Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
West Hollywood, California
Summer 2009
16,000 SF, 4 stories, 11 Units
Formosa 1140 B. Leong, A. Iwan
WRAP AND DETACH
The panels within the skin systemare arranged and coordinated with
one another to form a continuous ow from the Western (street) to
the Southern (landscape) facades, while leaving the other two eleva-
tions to oat in a detatched manner. The main focus of the design is
stressed on the “exposed”Western and Southern facades, as opposed
to the implied ”back” Northern and Eastern facades.
SKIN EXPLORATION
The skin is explored through a series of porosity studies starting from
the initial solid/void relationship, to material porosity, to skin layer-
ing. The skin systemconsists of an inner wrapper as well as a com-
posite of two panel types that make up the exterior skin oset from
the inner wrapper.
SOLID / VOID (EXTERIOR SKIN)
POROSITY OF MATERIAL
POROSITY OF MATERIAL
COMPOSITE ELEVATION
SOLID / VOID (INNER WRAPPER)
POROSITY STUDY (EXTERIOR SKIN)
morphology
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Alan Hayes / Jean Tse, Arch.Analysis 2012
aggregation
MAX PERIMETER
for experiential gain
BAR STYLE
MINIMIZING INTERIOR CIRCULATION
housing complex
ROOMS ARE SYNCED
to one another for dynamic
spacial results
ROOFTOP GARDEN
recreational circulatory space
completes the envelope of circulation
WRAPPING PROGRAM
and leads to future modular
opportunities on community
scale
Alan Hayes
Jean Tse
Alan Hayes
Jean Tse
MASSING STRATEGY
Module 1B
tion
SHIFYT REFLECT
ROTATE THE ROOMDANCE
The modularity of the units allows for as well as demands a
strategy to create as much variety without much variation.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Interface Studio Architects
Philadelphia, PA
2010
80,000 (SF), 6 Floors, 72 Units
MAX PERIMETER
for experiential gain
BAR STYLE
MINIMIZING INTERIOR CIRCULATION
housing complex
ROOMS ARE SYNCED
to one another for dynamic
spacial results
ROOFTOP GARDEN
recreational circulatory space
completes the envelope of circulation
WRAPPING PROGRAM
and leads to future modular
opportunities on community
scale
Alan Hayes
Jean Tse
Alan Hayes
Jean Tse
MASSING STRATEGY
Module 1B
tion
SHIFYT REFLECT
ROTATE THE ROOMDANCE
The modularity of the units allows for as well as demands a
strategy to create as much variety without much variation.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Interface Studio Architects
Philadelphia, PA
2010
80,000 (SF), 6 Floors, 72 Units
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3 bedrooms
family
2 bedrooms
family w/loft w/loft
1 bedroom
single w/loft
1 bedroom
single w/o loft
Kindergarten
Office
Residential
studio
Aggregational system
Level 9
Level 10
Level 8
Level 6
Level 4
Level 3
Level 5
Level 7
Level 2
Void
Corridor Storage
Living Space
Unit stairs
Public Stairs Outdoor Space
Living Room
Bedroom Kitchen
Leona Hu / Ivonne Gomez, Arch.Analysis 2012
aggregation
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Leif Estrada, Alfonso Reyes 58 (Dellekamp)
aggregation + circulation
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Leah Zaldumbide / Ana Gonzales, Arch.Analysis 2012
Year
Area, #
92.3smtot, 77.68 sm
Moriyama House
The Moriyama house typology is
a combination of both matte
and eld.
Froma solid volume, extrusions within,
create the matte condition. Like a
sponge, no two sections cut through
this conguration are the same.
This iteration shows the discovery that
the morphology of the project does not have
to do so much with extrusion , but a eld
condition in all areas. The plan is a eld and so
is the section. The shifting heights of
the diagramare organized so that the green
space for individual units are the same heights
the units.
Exterior space is created by the void
created by the volumes.
Exterior spaces.
Finally, the volumes’ heights
shift and a eld is created, where
six dierent units are fragmented
into smaller volumes and spread
out across the site.
The apartment building
consists of six units. As
a solid volume the scale
is too large in relation-
ship with the immediate
context.
Maximum
Height
(3 oors)
The regular grid is shifted
in elevation and in plan.
The circulation within the
neighborhood is arranged
on a grid that is broken up
by alleys. By dividing the
apartment into smaller units
the same type of circulation
is allowed to owthrough
the site.
Modied Grid
Project withing the site.
Massive volume within context
Fragmented grid
Modied grid
Smaller units
circulation
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Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Ryue Nishizawa
Main circulation to access units
UNIT A
2 STORY APT.
TOWNHOUSE
DOUBLE HEIGHT
STUDIO
MANSION
STUDIOWITH
ROOF TERRACE
STUDIOWITH
ROOF TERRACE
UNIT B
UNIT C
UNIT D
UNIT E
UNIT F
Program+ Circulation
The programmed circu-
lation acts as a threshold
and connects all main
circulation.
Every unit connects to an
open space of their own
Without the programmed
circulation to connect them
the units become more separ-
ated, creating privacy.
Circulation through open public space
Circulation around trees
Tokyo, Japan
2005
92.3smtot, 77.68 smoor area,
# 4, # 6
Leah Zaldumbide
Ana Gonzalez
Moriyama House
Leah Zaldumbide / Ana Gonzales, Arch.Analysis 2012
circulation
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All of the circulation stems fromthese two main streets.
Once it enters the site it branches to the acces all the units.
Some units consist of more than one building which are
all connected through an outdoor path.
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Ryue Nishizawa
Tokyo, Japan
2005
92.3smtot, 77.68 smoor area,
# 4, # 6
Leah Zaldumbide
Ana Gonzalez
Ground Floor
A
B
B
A
circulation in unit
circulation to units
Unit Plan Key
1
1 2 3 4
2 3
4
Moriyama House
Leah Zaldumbide / Ana Gonzales, Arch.Analysis 2012
circulation
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live
eat/cook
work
study
sleep most important
least important
bathe
store
Unit Plan Key
work
store
study
live
bathe
eat/cook
sleep
Ground Floor
A
B
B
A
live
eat/cook
work
study
sleep
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
most important
least important
bathe
store
Unit Plan Key
seating
tree
garden
These diagrams show the overlapping program present
in the organization of the Moriyama House. The exible
program allows for easy living and circulation ow within
and around the units. It also allows the tenants to create
and be comfortable in their own spaces because the units
are so easily changeable.
B
B
A A
Second Floor
B
B
A A
Third Floor
Leah Zaldumbide / Ana Gonzales, Arch.Analysis 2012
B
B
A A
Basement
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Francis Silagon, David Gastaneta, Arch.Analysis 2011
drawing sets
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Francis Silagon, David Gastaneta, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Francis Silagon, David Gastaneta, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Francis Silagon, David Gastaneta, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Francis Silagon, David Gastaneta, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Jason Vereschak, Rania Odeh, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Jason Vereschak, Rania Odeh, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Jason Vereschak, Rania Odeh, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Jason Vereschak, Rania Odeh, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Jason Vereschak, Rania Odeh, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Jason Vereschak, Rania Odeh, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Amanda Cross, Claudine Chiongbian, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Amanda Cross, Claudine Chiongbian, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Amanda Cross, Claudine Chiongbian, Arch.Analysis 2011
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Hugh Vanho, Vincent Nieto, Arch.Analysis 2011
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V. Nieto & H. Vanho
Clrculauon ulagram
Circulation Elevation
Circulation Plan
Circulation Perspective
SiloDam: M.V.R.D.V
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Architect Name Here
City / Location Here
Year Designed / Built Here
Area (SF), # Floors, # Units
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
MVRDV
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1995 / 2002
26,000 Sq Meters
10 Floors, 157 Units
V. Nieto & H. Vanho
SiloDam: M.V.R.D.V
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Architect Name Here
City / Location Here
Year Designed / Built Here
Area (SF), # Floors, # Units
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
MVRDV
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1995 / 2002
26,000 Sq Meters
10 Floors, 157 Units
SiloDam: M.V.R.D.V
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Architect Name Here
City / Location Here
Year Designed / Built Here
Area (SF), # Floors, # Units
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
MVRDV
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1995 / 2002
26,000 Sq Meters
10 Floors, 157 Units
hypothesis
CCA architectural analysis antje steinmuller
HOUSING TACTICS
teaching
.R.D.V
ct
cation
ct
Vanho
Relationship between the units and the Corridor
Corridor Position
Slnce Lhe Sllodam was dlvlded lnLo 4 dlsuncL Lowers, Lhe
aggregauon was very sLralghL foward. each ßoor essenually
has 4 dlñerenL layouLs each clusLered wlLh Lhe same Lype of
unlL. 1he Lype of unlLs were lnLended for varlous users, from
slngle Lo marrled Lo famlly Lo Lhe elderly/dlsabled.
Single
&
Single and a Half
Double
&
Two and a Half
Triple Switchback
Narrow
&
Narrow + 1-1/2 Wide
Misc.
Size
6th Floor
7th Floor
8th Floor
9th Floor
10th Floor
5th Floor
3rd Floor
4th Floor
2nd Floor
1st Floor
6th Floor
7th Floor
8th Floor
9th Floor
10th Floor
5th Floor
3rd Floor
4th Floor
2nd Floor
1st Floor
V. Nieto & H. Vanho SiloDam: M.V.R.D.V
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
Architect Name Here
City / Location Here
Year Designed / Built Here
Area (SF), # Floors, # Units
Architect
City / Location
Year Designed / Built
Area, # Floors, # Units
MVRDV
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1995 / 2002
26,000 Sq Meters
10 Floors, 157 Units unlL Aggregauon
Module 2a: Program Analysis
Hugh Vanho, Vincent Nieto, Arch.Analysis 2011
hypothesis
CCA architectural analysis antje steinmuller
Vanessa Carvalho, Jeff Moody, Arch.Analysis 2011

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