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Long Box and Artificial Landscape

The project explores the relationship of film and architecture, using the concepts of moving shots and perspective. The general layout of the project is based on research surrounding scene changes that occur during movement, and exterior spaces that have different features in perspective with interior spaces. The space provides possibility for motion not only for people, but also for vehicles. In the immediate future, trailers used by the film industry are repurposed as mobile vaccination units, inspired by the food distribution system in wellness research.