A building must react to its site. That is generally agreed upon within the architecture community. Architects derive so much of their design from intense site analysis. So what happens when a building is designed without site? What does it mean to be site-less? Or even one-step further, architecture that rejects site entirely – anti-site architecture.
"Anti-Site Architecture and the Vernacular,"
Datum: student journal of architecture: Vol. 3
, Article 25.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/datum/vol3/iss1/25