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Parallel Densification

Urban densification through overbuilding is a cost-reduction strategy for imminent population growth in metropolitan areas which will decipher the concealed potentials of the underutilized territories. Furthermore, the adoption of mass timber for the development procedure through its properties and carbon sequestration capabilities is an adequate apparatus for encountering climate change challenges.