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Truck stop of flow

With the increasing use of renewable energy, less people but more machines in industrial production, the role of empathy and human experience keep changing at this moment. This design started from the question: ‘who’s building the new truck stop?’. Within our site, TRIC, as one of the largest industrial parks in the world, great manufacturers, e-commerce and logistics companies working here heavily rely on the truck service. In this case, my truck stop here will be invested by logistics companies to facilitate their industry. The design will be thinking about how to integrate the distinct quality of industrial and residential in this area. The efficiency of logistics flow will be applied to the operation, and improving the human experience is also the main pursuit.