Architecture by its nature is destined to take physical advantage over space, meaning its objects remain. Temporal stratifications admit the memory of the past as a starting point for developing this space. It is a matter of defining the relationship between new and old through an operation of addition and historical stratification. By way of minimal and focused interventions, subtle additions and modifications, the featured projects – such as Aalto University Main Building by ALA Architects, Studio Libeskind’s National Holocaust Monument Ottawa, Len Lye Centre by Pattersons, and more – demonstrate the care and mindfulness with which architects approach memory and history.
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