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The Loop

Responding to the lack of access to fresh air and inadequate public resources in the Melrose neighborhood—which causes a significantly higher rate of respiratory illness and substandard living condition—The Loop rethinks the concept of air/ void and uses it as the central organizational device and a public resource carrier in residential design. It prioritizes human health and experience by giving presence to the ethereal material of air. The space of air becomes the main vessel for enhancing health and community life.
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