Norman Fisher and his wife, Doris, a landscape designer, in in Hatboro, Pennsylvania. Characterized by its dual cubic volumes, stone foundation and detailed cypress cladding, the Fisher house stands as a clear statement of how Kahn was working at the time, and how his work differed from that of his contemporaries. In the Fisher House, Kahn eschews the linearity of the modern plan and focuses on a simple geometry, allowing the cubes to provide a separation of public and private space. The Fisher House stands as the clearest example of Kahn's unique architectural style at the time, his use of the two almost perfect cubes differing greatly from much of what was being done at the time and setting him apart in his own field of design. Fisher lived in a colonial style house in Hatboro, Pa.
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Human impact on the environment or anthropogenic impact on the environment includes changes to biophysical environments  and to ecosystems , biodiversity , and natural resources   caused directly or indirectly by humans, including global warming ,   environmental degradation  such as ocean acidification   , mass extinction and biodiversity loss ,     ecological crisis , and ecological collapse. Modifying the environment to fit the needs of society is causing severe effects. Some of the problems, including global warming and biodiversity loss pose an existential risk to the human race,   and some experts attribute this crisis to overall human overpopulation.
Land art , variously known as Earth art , environmental art , and Earthworks , is an art movement that emerged in the s and s,  largely associated with Great Britain and the United States    but that also includes examples from many countries. As a trend, "land art" expanded boundaries of art by the materials used and the siting of the works. The materials used were often the materials of the Earth, including the soil, rocks, vegetation, and water found on-site, and the sites of the works were often distant from population centers.