Having identified a number of possible interventions, or ‘solutions’, both advantageous and disadvantageous, to be critically selected and introduced to the site, a structural system is introduced. This system should be capable of accommodating every number of ‘solutions’ put forward in the previous exercise, and therefore bring into combination both the new and the old, or the artificial and the natural.
The relationship in between these 2 elements (the artificial and the natural) is studied with the addition of a structural framework. A series of ‘system structures’ is revealed. These ‘system structures’ are proposed as a means of accommodating ‘solutions’ and integrating architectural conditions in one same logic of construction.