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"...architecture that moves, slowly or quickly, delicately or violently, resisting the false assurance of stability and its death... architecture embracing the shifts of its toodelicate forms, therefore indifferent to its destruction... architecture that transmits the feel of movement and shifts, resonating with every force applied to it, because it both resists and gives way... architecture drawn as

architecture built as though it had never been drawn..." though it were already built...

(Lebbeus Woods, Anarchitecture p.40)

Conceptual collage of C-46 deconstruction on its current site.

Tenuous Journey  
Tenuous Journey  

Master of Architecture thesis document from Dustin Sharrow (University of Manitoba, 2011)