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Youth Commons

Youth Commons seeks to encourage place-based youth activism through intergenerational and multidisciplinary architecture by strategically abstracting mechanisms that have the potential to unlock interstitial spaces existing in alleyways without displacing residents in the City of Hudson. By subverting these often neglected spaces, this framework develops strategies for intervening on land or on buildings to offer possible solutions for decolonizing suburbia and overcoming the definitive hard boundaries created through property lines and private ownership.