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This self-published book is about the portrayal of bastardized reconstruction for self-supported, self-initiated, and self-realized building typologies that exist in the New Haven Districts.
The aim is not to ascertain trends and/or re-assert architecture's imperative objectives, but to question the role or need for architects in today's pre-existing suburbs and quasi suburban environments.
This project is an extension of Edward Ruscha's iconic series Twenty Gasoline Stations, Twenty One Parking Lots, and Nine Swimming Pools.
This publication currently resides in the Yale School of Architecture Library, inserted like an unsolicited home addition.