Project Location: San Francisco, California
How can an expression of movement, where parts of buildings, city blocks, or neighborhoods begin to overlap and provide common ground as a response to the earthquakes that plague the city?
As a coastal city, factoring in current and future sea level rise provides opportunities for further interactions between land and water, rich and poor, and creating new habitats layered on top of the old.
This alternate San Franciscan reality provides a future in which political, exonomic, and social disparities exist in moderation
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