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Re: Life / Drug Rehab

Re: Life
Re: Life

Re:live is an unprecidented substance-abuse rehabilitation center.
It presents itself visually as the patient' s inner core : disectected, dissaranged, disqualified -- deconstructed.

The space contains elements from deconstructivism, which is credited for being perfectly imperfect, conveying the idea of, though the patient‘s "structure" is no longer, they can still return to and function among society. What used to be a sign of hopelessness/lost is now a sign of moving forward. Also, with every layer of deconstruction a light of hope shines through.

University

National Taipei

National Taipei
University of Technology
Taipei, Taiwan

Rick Chang,
National Taipei University of Technology

Yit-Ming Liang,
National Taipei University of Technology