At the unpriviledged intersection, train lines from two different biya cross over a third biya’s neighborhood. A number of exchanges take place....

Down below, there is a structure built by Hezbollah. This structural point was necessary for their train line to span an open field with no existing buildings. In order to build on ground owned by the Meronite Church, however, Hezbollah must provide sufficient structure for the Church to construct rentable space of the same gross area at the top of the tower. This is beneficial to the Church because it bypasses height restrictions and produces high-dollar real estate with views of the ocean...

The Sunni Future Movement also need their train to span this field, and they must negotiate with Hezbollah for space on the tower. They also construct a hanging platform that exists just above the buildable volume of the Christian land below. These urban scale negotiations result in entangled systems of infrastructure at the building scale. The military forces at play manifest in less harmful conflicts over resource mobility and legal ambiguity.