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PostWar Housing / Architecture

PostWar Housing
PostWar Housing

There was never a good war or a bad peace. -Benjamin Franklin
The city is the largest energy consuming body, especially after the war-torn city, in the long process of rebuilding the city, it will be a great challenge of making a city being self-sufficient as it possible.
Not only bring them back to prewar days, but also make their life more friendly, more sharing, more accessible, more functional, more hopeful and help them out of the war wounds.
Therefore, I assembled the ideas into two major concepts, "rehab and autologous circulation".

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National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Taipei, Taiwan

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