Casey, Chris M.
Master of Architecture
"Actually a box, in appearance, is purely and simply a right-angled parallel-epiped, but when you look at it from within it's a labyrinth of a hundred interconnecting puzzle rings. The more you struggle the more the box, like an extra outer skin growing from the body, creates new twists for the labyrinth, making the inner disposition increasingly more complex."* *Abe, Kobe. The Box Man. New York: North Point Press, 1974.