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Although the direction of contemporary architectural thinking is heavily influenced by its critical engagement with energy usage, this relationship remains largely unexplored imaginatively. This thesis investigates an energy-centric approach to design that is enabled by digital workspace. By injecting energy transactions and modulations into otherwise abstract digital geometry while using analysis tools to examine their effects, the work is intended to speculate what this relationship withdoi:10.32920/ryerson.14647098 fatcat:pdhvjixn4rfcfboe4p6zw2lg4i