Homeland combines the history of P.S. 64 with the legacy of anarchist education and the free school movement, serving as a base for autonomous learning. Students are encouraged to make choices, take responsibility, and develop a sense of ownership of their learning space rather than being passive receivers. Adapting to the existing structure, new blocks are inserted as partitions, amenities, and characters in order to generate a range of spaces for future programming. The new ground landscape extends to the street and leads down to the atrium, turning the central zone into a space of encounter and spectacle. The people reclaim the building. The city becomes the school.