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Slow Down The Manhattan

Manhattan is a fast-paced city. People here are all chasing progress and moving faster and faster. As a result, the streets become sterile but efficient. This project designs a prototype for the street that could slow people down by generating different street-based programs that satisfy unique interests. By utilizing the green-belt space in the city, this prototype could generate public social space with different programs and finally could bring slow options for the people in the fast city.