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Axonometric Drawing by Linglan Dai

Axonometric Drawing

The Wing, some argue, still puts a clear line between man and women. My question is: Who has the authority to judge? I argue only individuals themselves. Inspired by the book Xenofeminism, the new Wing is a place that welcomes all genders. Instead of eliminating differences between genders, I want them to proliferate. Hundreds of genders will bloom! A rent-based system is created to deliver clothing and cosmetics, allowing workers inside of The Wing to try new appearances and discover gender identities. Different spatial typologies and a variety of scales are designed to offer flexible spaces for working or relaxing including an open office, meeting rooms, and a coffee bar.