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Project for McElderry Park: Alleys of Heat Islands

Flexible oases transform zones of historical disinvestment, resulting in racialized climates of deadly heat islands. They anchor into Baltimore’s vacant rowhouses and back alleys, recaptured as ecological, active, and infrastructural opportunities. Residents’ needs per block alter designs and programs, while shared materiality prioritizes air, light, circulation, and market appreciation.
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