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Housing in Bronx

This housing project articulates ‘room’ across scale, from city to building, to unit, to architectural element, to furniture, to body. Located in South Bronx, NY, with the need for internalized protected open space for children in the neighborhood, this project aims to unlock the interstitial spaces on the site and give them back to the community. Through both carving in and aggregating out, the project seeks duality of difference versus consistency, diversity versus efficiency, variation versus repetition.
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