Miriam Peterson and Nathan Rich designed Siteless Tower as a critique of recent development in New York City for the Center for Architecture’s 5×5 Participatory Provocations.


“The prompt is dystopian and cynical. It calls for a critical project, and our project is deliberately critical of the development trends in New York City. It’s crucial that we think about it [NYC development] in a critical way, before it gets ahead of us.” – Miriam Peterson and Nathan Rich


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NYC’s Dystopian Future Rendered In New Center for Architecture Exhibit, Curbed


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