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For the Kinetic Intelligence studio, I decided to study the movement of swimming. Breaking down different swim strokes by arm movements, kicking, and breathing patterns, this analysis was used to help guide the building’s design. The school has a curriculum focused around STEM classes and is meant to create an educational experience for students to interact with water at varying scales.