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Rainwater, sunlight, wind, and microorganism are the hidden forces that shape our environment. They are not always visible, so they have gradually been forgotten and neglected. The architecture we typically inhabit is detached from those forces resulting in us losing our connection to the greater environment. We as humans are causing harm to the planet that we are living on. As revenge for being neglected Extreme weather––drought, wildfire, rainstorms etc––is happening more and more frequently. Using water as the primary media, the new PCS 64 is intended to be an instrument that quantifies and visualizes the neglected forces that exist in our surroundings. The school’s curriculum builds on top of the hidden forces. The school aims to educate its students so that they may become more responsible adults while inhabiting our planet.