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Public complex for Imperceptible Consumption

Since a broad range of shops already fully covers all different users in the Banpo area, currently, on the site, there are only final products in showcases. This means that the area is revealing the peak of commerciality. The obsession with the final product is disregarded and overlooked in its importance of manufacturing processes, human behavior, and imperfection. Therefore, I propose ‘SHOPPING’ as public intermediate-level actions. Instead of simply showing the processing activities, I thought of a program that would combine them into education and public areas.

Along with the linear urban green atrium, each area is greatly divided into five zones around the space, including children’s education and experience, meeting and gathering space, exhibition space, class one day. Space and prototyping center. It will be allocated with the hierarchy of publicity and will be reborn as a public space where people shop for behavior rather than simply shopping for objects.