Triangles, Anne Tyng, and imagined archives: An ICA Student Board member on architecture

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Emma Pfeiffer, a Penn architecture major and ICA Student Board member, writes on her semester-long experience channeling her study of triangulation into designs for a building to house the archives of the late architect Anne Tyng (1920–2011), whose major survey exhibition was organized by Chief Curator Ingrid Schaffner in 2011.

“I spent the fall semester of 2014 studying triangles…”

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