Acute
Architectural Sites  Photographs of
buildings on acute architectural sites  © Lloyd Godman
Right
this is an angle formed by the perpendicular intersection
of two straight lines 90 degrees. The term right angle evolved as a reference to the "right" or perfect angle needed
to construct the rectangle where each side is in parallel
to it opposite side and is used as a standard building block
in so many applications X, Y axis.
These are
photographs of architecture that sit on acute angle sites,
each offers an alternative tension.
