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Site Plan by Andres Milos Sucksdorf

Site Plan

Trucks arrive, enter through cracks, and unload contents in truncated pyramids and cones—forms typical of industrial architecture—to feed the earth. From this initial discharge to the final product, gravity directs liquid and solid foods through semi-sculpted tanks embedded in the stone. Sculpture, soil, movement, and storage are interrelated in a network that aims to conform to the pre-existing form with few alterations.