Topiary can add mass to architecture. Snub-nosed structures can be stretched, uneven edifices can be symmetrized, and bumpy buildings can be burnished. The nested architecture no longer needs a tight wrapper. Visual unpleasantries such as broken datum, protruding extremities, and dissonant proportions can be obscured by bushes. Topiary’s volume can be added to architecture to correct and harmonize unsightly conditions.