At the top of the Macintosh, there lies spaces designed to study the landscape. These cubies with arches have large windows to study from a bird's perspective what lies beneath, outward and upward.
Our vision is obstructed to the variable of construction scaffolding that is temporarily in place on the building's exterior. The Windows were made using the small square panes that are useful for perspective, to relate the grid of the window to the grid of your drawing.
Meanwhile we look through the imposed structure to what lies out there.
The light changes, a temporal constant, like the changing city beneath.
Not unlike the temporal structure imposed on our view, a purposeful layering of the complexity of the landscape, upholding, protecting, imposing changing thing.