This thesis looks at developing a process of designing which interacts with
the various topographical layers within a site’s history in order to re-construct a
new narrative that re-reads into existing hidden details that are part of an
established history. The process of Mikro-Arkitekture moves from a macro to a
micro level of analysis to extract existing and new detailed elements from the
narratives. This in turn helps to narrate moments of the history, interweaving the
layers into a cohesive story that responds to a site’s specific topographical history.