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Currently, the second-floor outdoor platforms of the campus buildings are not efficiently used for activities. By connecting to the Air Corridor, these platforms can be more functional. Air Corridor and platforms provide space for relaxation and social activities. Since sunshine is abundant in Taiwan, the sunshine can be converted into electricity to illuminate the Air Corridor. Accordingly, the Air Corridor can provide a bright, safe passage on campus during the night time. The new corridor design can offer more environmental protection, energy conservation, safe and friendly surroundings, and effective reuse of vacant space for the campus.
Bo-Lin Li Yu-Jing Lin Cheng-Chien Hsiae