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The project begins with the collection of public perceptions regarding our built environment and then translates these perceptions in an intricately articulated modular wall. A survey was given to the public to gather their current perceptions of the nation’s most venerated and controversial structures, like Monticello, or the White House. These responses were then transposed digitally into recognizable building figures and transformed based on their reactions. The resultant was a uniquely carved brick-like module that carried the weight of opinion. The accumulation of all these voices were the building blocks of “Our Great Great Wall.”