“In 1980, Lebbeus Woods proposed a tomb for Albert Einstein – the so-called
Einstein Tomb – inspired by Boullée's famous Cenotaph for Newton.
But Woods's proposal wasn't some paltry gravestone or intricate mausoleum in
hewn granite: it was an asymmetrical space station traveling on the gravitational
warp and weft of infinite emptiness, passing through clouds of mutational
radiation, riding electromagnetic currents into the void.” (Geoff Manaugh)