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Reclaiming Schulze Baking Co.

Schulze Baking Company Factory, a historic bread factory built in 1914 on the Southside of Chicago, is currently destined to be renovated and retrofitted with a data center that houses countless server racks of a commercial tenant. As a response to this condition, the project is an architectural negotiation of ownership and access to the building, which confronts the exploitative nature of the development. With a counter-exploitative approach to capital development, the project’s goal is to trouble and disassemble the established condition and restore the community rather than the objective architecture.