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A living room with two young children opens up to a view of a play area with three children on an outdoor gym set, and an adult walking beside two children.


Bloom challenges the standards of living in New York. This project aims to nourish the community with nature, food, community relationships, and the autonomy of space. The major driving factor of this project is to provide an artificial landscape that can be the source of healthful living for its residents. The overall strategy is to create a system of terraces that create an artificial landscape that can connect the site as a whole, individual to the community, inside and outside, and encourages healthful living through nourishment of relationships with food, the collective, and self.