School of Architecture, Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment
Student: Justin Heu
Faculty: Meta Brunzema, Eniko Marton
To use the existing affordable housing infrastructure to propose a design that increases the interaction between generated buildings and the built structures on the site. The formal complexity of the proposed idea was set to be aligned with the existing structures to prevent significant structural development and keep the project cost-efficient. The proposed design focused on building affordable housing while increasing public infrastructure that could benefit the public i.e. variations of public open spaces, providing urban farming and food creation were amongst others.