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As I continue to understand my surroundings, I learn more about the connections we have with the past, how it leads into the present and paves way for possibilities of the future; the reality. While studying the built environments I have learned that change and progress comes from one idea, or many, in hopes of creating something that enriches the present; physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually, and continues into the future. Thus, the space does not transcend time, but the space is of the time; the design tells the story of the process and continues to, despite the development of what might happen in the future.

— Stephanie M.L., ARCH ’17