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Due to the deforestation and climate change, the area of the monarch butterfly habitat in Mexico has been greatly reduced, we use a vertical eco-corridor as a connection between the base and the habitat, conforming to the relationship between the wind direction and the building, connected in series The flight path of the monarchs increases the habitat space, becoming a bridge that provides monarchs for daytime migration, and an environment for rest at night. Effectively separate the space between people and butterflies, no longer cause conflicts with each other. Our design enhances the coexisting relationship between people and environment.
Hsuan Ting Huang,
Tsung Ying Hsieh,