Hernan Diaz Alonso introduces Peter Trummer.
Peter Trummer discusses his disciplinary approach and the influence of Jeffrey Kipnis and Sanford Kwinter. He stresses in his work the aggregated figure and its unfolded ground. He discusses form not as a means of representation but as an investigation into the dynamics, material circumstances, and organizational patterns.
Trummer discusses the urban fabric and the expansion of the grid in Mexico City. He proposes collective ownership, disregard of the urban fabric, and using diagrams to bifurcate high-rise towers that produce void space.