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I live in India, a country constantly dealing with the unavailability and “un-economy” of space. Its cities also have a lack of public, recreational spaces. This is not just the case back home, but in many less developed cities today (or even in highly developed ones, where there is no physical space left). My project attempts to address these problems, but providing for a ritualistic, recreational architecture that is flexible in program and form, and so can be inserted into any context (big or small). The design is foldable, stackable, and can be easily/quickly transported and assembled on site. It aspires to activate public space.

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Cornell University

Cornell University
Ithaca, United States

Aashti Miller,
Cornell University