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Benjamin Banneker / Mixed-Use Housing as a Cornerstone of Washington, D.C.

The project explores the monumentality and publicity in Washington, D.C., and questions and speculates a new typology of mixed-use building. Monument, community, residential and commercial space composite and redefine a new normality. Progressive architectural solutions as such must combine the dynamics of evolving economic and social systems with urban place-making.