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Landform Building



Stan Allen

Illinois Institute of Technology

Posted: Jan 10, 2013


Stan has helped designed buildings in the U.S. South America and Asia, bulding off of the complexity of the modern city, Stan has come up with some new create ideas, looking at field theory, landscape architecture and ecology to revitalize urban design.


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