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A Path for Growth

Bedford-Stuyvesant is a neighborhood in Brooklyn that has been slowly gentrified, yet its inhabitants lack an infrastructure that provides accessible nutritious food. A Path for Growth creates a new network that connects the existing community gardens with a path that would take over part of the streets, increasing the growing area for the residents to cultivate food. Likewise, the path carves out spaces for gathering. Lastly, the project includes the reuse of construction site materials as a community initiative to create new resources for these spaces, such as silos with aggregate that can be used for casting bricks and making raised beds.

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