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Lise De Pauw P o r t f o l i o


CV

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Introduction

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A Pier

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Connecting Landscape and Architecture

Cureghem

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What’s around the corner?

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Zero Energy Building

Rigakaai Ghent

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Sustainable Structures

Greenhouse: re-using structure

Open-Gap Contest

34

Tapis Plein

38

Schindler Award 2012

New Spaces for Democracy

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Molenbeek

Living between walls

Harbor

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Space becomes mass

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Gravensteen 55

Mass becomes space

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CV

PERSONALIA Name Address Telephone Email Nationality Date of birth

Lise De Pauw Mijl 75 2500 Lier +32(0)477269432 Lisedepauw@hotmail.com Belgian May 5th 1990

EDUCATION Graduated Magna Cum Laude Master of Architecture 2013 Master of Architecture 2011-2013 Bachelor Architectuur 2008 - 2011 Sep 2004 - June 2008 Sep 2002 - June 2004

LUCA Ghent LUCA Ghent LUCA Ghent KA Lier Anton Bergmann Lier

WORK EXPERIENCE Summer 2011

Architecten De Vylder Vinck Taillieu, exhibition De Singel

LANGUAGES Dutch English French

Native language Very good Good

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS Music 2010 - ... 1998 - 2008 2003 - ...

Thommuz meets Lì shā (dj + sax) Music Academy Lier: Percussion (drums, xylophone, vibraphone) Music Academy Lier: Saxophone (Big Band Lier) By myself: piano, guitar

Art 1996 - 2008

Art Academy, Lier

Sports 2005 - 2008 1993 - ...

Badminton Snowboarding, skiing

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first three sketches master dissertation

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Introduction

When I have to name one architect who has an influence on my work, way of thinking and looking at things, I must say it is Peter Zumthor. When I think of a design, I think by images, atmospheres and spaces: How would I liked to be intrigued by a space, or a building? How would I become silent, take part in experiencing the architecture and feel the actual space? A design always starts by analyzing the site’s characteristics, trying to grasp its ‘sense of place’, making images and store them in my mind, cause during the process of designing, they will pop up again. In the first place, a design is about the experience, about the promenade through different spaces, through the area. I put together elements, ideas, photos and sketches, as for example my first three sketches on the left page, the starting sketches of my master dissertation. Only then, I start thinking and drawing, from the inside to the outside, and back. From interior space to façade. From interior atmosphere to ‘how will people on the outside become intrigued to go inside’. After a while everything, like concept, imagined space, structure, material, comes together, which is the most difficult faze in a design process. But most of the time, not always..., everything seems to fit and I’m still able to track my initial ideas and sketches in the final design. When

reading

approach

to

architectural always

a

‘Thinking design.

experience.

directed

towards

Architecture’,

Zumthor In the

his

always opinion,

whole.

I

find

emphasizes thinking

Thinking

in

small,

the

similarities sensory

images results

when in

in

aspects

the of

designing

thinking

big.

the is A

notion which is also assumed by architect Junya Ishigami in ‘Another Scale of Architecture’. As Zumthor writes at the end of ‘Thinking Architecture’: “Producing inner images is a natural process common to everyone. It is part of thinking.

Associative,

wild,

free,

ordered

and

systematic

thinking

in

images,

in

architectural, spatial, colorful and sensuous pictures – this is my favorite definition of design.”

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A Pier Connecting Landscape and Architecture Master Dissertation Teacher - Klaas Goris Building Technology - Guy Mouton & Geert Houvenaghel Mentor - Jan De Vylder

I Introduction The site is located on the etch of the harbor and Aarhus, squeezed between the newly planned masterplan in the south east, the small scale harbor facilities in the south west and the sea. A specific site with a specific program appointed: a sailing club, a viking ship museum and anadditional boat repair facility. The site and the program offer different challenges. The first challenge can be found in the relationship, or contradiction,between the human scaled identity of the site and the new masterplan.Whereas the masterplan is strict, autonomous, leaving no room for imagination, the site at stake could provide the opposite, reconnecting the people of Aarhus to the harbor and the sea. A place where people can take a healthy breath, feel the wind, enjoy the harbor’senvironment and facilities. The program should create possibilities, and in addition to an appropriate building, should work as a catalyst on the site, enforcing the environments’ characteristics. Different scales, functions, needs and atmospheres must be combined into one project. The second challenge lies in the fact that each element of the program should carry a certain identity on its own, but should fit in the whole of the project as well.

inplantation

Aarhus vs project

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view from the forest

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framed sketches

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framing the landscape

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II

Rhythm

I think comparing architecture to music could be highly relevant. A note on itself is fragile. A composition, as an entity, is made of

several smaller

elements like notes, rests, phrases, melodies, answer and question... , put together in a certain, vast scheme, in which time is a constant. However, in this scheme, the smaller elements can be rearranged over time, changing the rhythm, resulting in a variety of sensations in the totality of the composition. Rhythm can be constant, with time, or it can change slightly, or drastically. When the rhythm is constant in music (as in a march), one note on each beat, it will create a perception of formality, endlessness and restlessness changes,

it

becomes

and it won’t

interesting,

feel like ‘coming home’. But if rhythm

exciting

and

sometimes

rather

complex.

Rhythm can abduct you, lift you up. It can give you lots of energy, or on the contrary, drain your nerves. Imagine

a

sometimes

a

above

it.

it

given

is

At

building’s lot, some space

structure

depending points and

air.

on

the

changes, what

is

construction

The

stroll

sometimes happening is

along

very will

a

little

beneath, dense,

become

at

bit,

around, some

very

or

points

interesting.

Maybe the alterations will only be sensed at the end of the walk, because they are implemented

discreetly

and

indistinct.

It

wondering…

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would

make

people

look

back,


plan & section

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inter-climate space, tower at the end

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collage corridor as buffer zone

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collage corridor boat repair

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model overview & tower

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model details

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Cureghem What’s around the corner? 2nd Master of Architecture - 1st semester Teachers - Livia De BÊthune & Patrick Moyersoen Building Technology - Bram Aerts

concrete walls as a base, steel structure above

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collage walk along the Canal

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elevation along the Canal

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17. 17

18.

19.

17.

20.

21.

Isometry

1/200

B'

A'

1. 5.

8.

2. 3.

4. 6.

A

Ground level plan 1/200

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7.

B


1. bicycle storage 2. bicycle repair atelier 3. atelier 4. social restaurant 5. kitchen social restaurant 6. meeting room 7. common area: facility block, kitchen 8. inner garden 9. laundry and ironing space 10. inner garden 11. vestiaire 12. play area daycare 13. sleeping room daycare 14. bathroom daycare 15. market tea house/internet cafĂŠ 16. garden daycare/sheep meadow 17. lounge area social restaurant 18. enclosable 19. little library 20. work atelier 21. common living space 22. tea house market 23. internet cafĂŠ

23.

22.

C'

16.

1.

13.

14.

12.

10. 15.

9.

11.

C

ground floor plan & isometry steel structure

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View on the water from the restaurant

HE280A IPE270

Comunal area

360째 views daycare

collage day care & collage collective space & collage restaurant

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Constructive


day care CC’

collective space BB’

restaurant AA’

sections

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section housing unit

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Zero Energy Building Rigakaai Ghent 1st Master of Architecture - 2nd semester Teachers - Luc Eeckhout, Nelly Moenssens, Sandy De Bruycker & Leslie Burm In collaboration with - Thomas Depreitere, Hannes Van Damme, Thomas De Roeck & Margarida Pereira

CONSTRUCTION METHOD 1/2 putting together on site open space module

technical module

open space module

public toilet module

CONSTRUCTION METHOD 1/2 putting together on site

production/ testing area

open space module

technical module

OUR ZEB COMBINATION

open space module

public toilet module

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OUR ZEB COMBINATION

OTHER COMBINATIONS

unheated...

longer...

source: E-Cube Ugent

OTHER COMBINATIONS

Flexibility: The design consits of different modules that can be easily moved and put together on site. It also gives the possibility to combine different parts and have another unit

unheated...

Flexibility: The design consits of different modules that can be easily moved and put together on site. It also gives the possibility to combine different parts and have another unit

putting together on site

putting together on site

production/ testing area

M. Margarida Pereira - Thomas de Roeck - Lise De Pauw - Hannes Vandamme - Thomas Depreitere

prefab modular system & collage warehouse

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10 - Thomas Depreitere M. Margarida Pereira - Thomas de Roeck - Lise De Pauw - Hannes Vandamme

production/ testing area


elevation & section & floor plan

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Sustainable Structures Greenhouse: re-using structure 1st Master of Architecture - 2nd semester Teachers - Patrick Lints In collaboration with - Hannes Van Damme

I Introduction 100x100x100. 100 housing units should be arranged, with a surface not larger than 100 m², and not more expensive than 100 euros/m². Moreover, a sustainable structure is asked. A problem of today, more and more greenhouses, especially in west-flanders, tend to lose their function. Farmers quitte agriculture, or move to places with more opportunities. Greenhouses become structures in open, empty landscapes. From ture.,

greenhouse in

a

clear

to and

community. honest

constructive section

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way.

Re-using

its

Adaptable

when

strucneeded.


Hannes Van Damme - Lise De Pauw

+

=

x 2

Floor plan +1

+1

1/50

Detail facade

1/5

Detail in between wall

1/5

vakwerkligger

aluminium U-profile

cellulose

steel deck floor

greenhouse glass

OSB

Floor plan 0

1/50

0

floor plans housing units

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model collective space

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model housing unit vs collective space

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Open-Gap Contest Tapis Plain 1st Master of Architecture - 2nd semester In collaboration with - Thomas Depreitere

I Introduction The roof as a continuous blanket over the city. A carpet/patchwork consisting out of a variety of colors and forms. Mary Poppins dancing over the roof that is formed by a play between notes. The sloped forms cover a non-commercial indoor public space where a diversity of functions is possible. It’s a new type of setting that will break with the paradigm of consumption as the only option for social relations in indoor spaces..

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isometry & floor plan

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conceptual collage

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Schindler Award 2012 New Spaces for Democracy 1st Master of Architecture - 1st semester Teacher - Tomas Ooms & Marc Dujardin In collaboration with - Wouter Vanheste Nominated for the finals - 2nd School prize

I Introduction When wandering along the Schützenmatt square, you seem to be just outside the centre of Bern. Big building blocks shape a figurative city wall along the busy Bollwerk and hidden behind a triangular you’ll

parking find

a

space piece

for of

buses historical

and

a

heritage,

railway the

track, Reitschule.

Nevertheless, this place has a big potential to flourish, being a central point with its many surrounding

features.

On

one

side

there’s

the

Lorraine

Brücke,

an

entrance to the city, crossing the valley of the river Aare. On the opposite side, up high, you’ll find the University of Bern and a big residential area. In Schützenmatt’s immediate surroundings there are the Reitschule and the Kunstmuseum. The process of urban repair in this area has given the perfect opportunity to link these surrounding features and reinforcing a social-democratic dwelling, housing a few functions: a new place for democracy. A building, symbolically conceived as a “pnyx”, an ancient Greek gathering place. No better location for a place where you can enter freely, without any social barrier or prejudice than in this midst of cultural centers. The pnyx clings on to the slope of the riverbank, acting as a new gateway building for the city of Bern. More so, it also provides a new place for students to gather, have meetings, organize, perform and elaborate on their ideas.

first sketch

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masterplan & section

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6.

1.

3.

4.

6.

2.

5.

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II 1. In

Sequences order

residential

to

complete

the

area/university

whole

and

the

connection, Reitschule

the is

sequence

filled

between

in

with

a

the new

function in the masterplan proposal. The current parking space is relocated under the former depot, creating a new start point for those who want to visit this side of the city. The new public leisure area has a more differentiated feel compared to the clean lines of the main square at the pnyx. It provides an enjoyable connection towards the riverbank.

Many

facilities

are

available,

from

a

basketballcourt,

to

outdoor

fitness equipment, to a children’s area. All of this situated in an open space, mixed with green strips to break the surface and create agreeable atmospheres. 2. Different

grain

with

good

its

in

materials

quality

specifics

keeps of

the the

forecourt

interaction

of

with

the its

Reitschule

visitors.

The

graffiti, one of the most renown features of the Reitschule, is preserved and highlighted. 3. New square, meeting point and polyvalent space for events. Despite the bridge going partly over it, the form keeps its square shaped feel thanks to the slightly sunk in manner. In fact, the whole triangular square has a gentle slope, that is now flattened in two sections: the green resting zone and the sunk in square. 4. Pnyx, new focuspoint of the square. It fills in the gap in the urban tissue, integrating

the

Reitschule

into

the

city

hot

spot.

It

acts

symbolically as a renewed bridge gatetower, a new space for democracy. The building itself is planted lower than the square, making the first movement towards the riverbank slope. 6. In contrast to the massive appearance of the pnyx building, the promenade towards the waterfront is as if it was carved out of the slope. A pleasant stroll, the path constantly perforating the surface, creating many light/shadow effects.

section

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multi-functional strips

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III Strips and square The strips follow a movement perpendicular to the contour lines. Taking in account the existing reference elements in the area, she strips act as an architectural as well as a guiding layer. As shown in the scheme, the strips have many functions, take many forms. The concept key to obtain universal design exists in having as many non-artificial reference points as possible, resulting in a minimum of extra specific efforts to make the urban tissue accessible for everyone.

1. Regular situation, the square as a passage for Reitschule and interacting with the Pnyx. 2. The

open

space

is

reserved

to

keep

the

function

of

housing different activities. For example a circus coming to the city. 3. The the

current Reitschule

4. Evening character

event: to

activity can

of be

Reitschule maintain

market broadened recital.

the

place

on

the

foresquare

onto

the

new

grans

The

flourishing

foresquare dynamics

of

square.

keeps

its

unique

of

the

center.

5. The pnyx acts as a stage, complementary to the square. For example, a languorous summer evening, when the citizens of Bern enjoy a movie. 6. The new public space is the ideal location to house bigger events such as a concert, again using the window as a transforming space.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

activities on public square

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IV Pnyx The overall concept of the pnyx exists in creating gradients in order to come to a dynamic yet very clear layout. Although the appearance of the volume is robust, the sliced facade that comes out on the street creates a certain transparency of the pnyx’s activity towards the city. Behind the fully glazed facade, the passer-by can notice the strip, entering the building and transforming into gentle slopes, guiding visitors to the various spaces on the different levels. Not only can they access the spaces, the wall in between forms a fradient and provides many views

through

kitchen see.

By

and

various

bar

doing

so,

radiate the

openings. transparency

symbolism

of

Even with the

their

the

technical

activity

democratic

for

building

spaces,

everyone is

to

reinforced.

Visitors become participants, they can observe every aspect of the back-office spaces, as they represent the core of the organization in daily activities. Therefore, the technical spaces are combined in one beam, leaving the spaces on the other side free of any obstacle.

pnyx scheme & collage circulation hall

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A

A’

floorplan & section AA’

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section

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V Drug rehabilitation center The concept of the design exists in combining the different programs (drugs treatment, alcohol treatment, management, cafetaria,...) into one interconnecting entity, with the possibility to combine or separate the different activities whenever needed. These interconnecting ‘boxes’ are shielded by one overall outer layer. A porous perforated shell creates a screening function for the inner spaces from the street and filters the daylight. It is possible to open up the paneling and create direct relations between building and surroundings.

collage interior space cafetaria

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Molenbeek Living between walls 3rd Bachelor of Architecture - Bachelorproef Teacher - Marc Belderbos

building block & drawing & model

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inplantation & section

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collage play street

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+4

+3

+2

+1

0

floor plans

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Harbor Space becomes mass 3rd Bachelor of Architecture - 1st semester Teacher - Jan De Vylder

I Introduction The project is situated at the most important road at the harbor in Ghent. The harbor is in need for a centerpoint, an eye catcher, visible from the Vliegtuiglaan, combining facilities for both visitors of Ghent as for port workers. The Vliegtuiglaan, is a busy, windy and very noisy road. The project should react on this, and create a place where visitors and workers are able to concentrate on the harbor. The anti-noise wall was introduced. Space becomes mass. It’s all about fragments. People inside the building, visitors, office people and workers are separated from each other, however from time to time they notice each other’s presence. They can see fragments of each other’s space and sometimes they can even use each other’s space. People walking outside the building sense things are happening inside this mass. The blanc facade parallel with the Vliegtuiglaan, has three windows, which intrigue people to come closer and allow them, finally, to see the harbor, framed through the building, and that again is a fragment..

collage exterior view from the quai

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was needed a centre for visitors, to me offices. It had to be an eye-

ving by. The project had to be a -noise wall was introduced.

workers are separated, though they es they can use eachothers space. ’ at the back (large blanc wall),

models

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SOUNDWALL 15 _ LEVEL 0 _ 1:200

SOUNDWALL 15 _ LEVEL +1 _ 1:200

SOUNDWALL 15 _ LEVEL 0 _ 1:200

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35

B

0

B

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36

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floor plans

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35


SOUNDWALL 15 _ WALL SECTION _ 1:20

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wall section

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sketch of corridor

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collage blind wall, framing the landscape through the building

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collage room, light, room, light; framing the landscape

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Gravensteen 55 Mass becomes space 3rd Bachelor of Architecture - 1st semester Teacher - Jan De Vylder

I Introduction The Gravensteen is a castle from Medieval Ghent, reserved as a monument. It has had many functions, from fortification , to prison, to depot, until museum for tourists. Gravensteen 55, as the exercise’s title indicates, needs the students to add 55 housing units, with the intention to give the Gravensteen back to the people of Ghent. The defense wall has been thickened. A huge mass surrounds the castle. By excavating this mass, space is created for living, walking, playing and resting. Mass becomes space. The concept of excavation is practiced in every way. The massive wall gets excavated forming niches, which present the residences. The residences itself get niches, representing the rooms. The rooms get niches, resulting in walls with little cabinets.

conceptual model

Maquette

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Inplanting

Voorgevel

1/200

Voorgevel

1/200

1/500

Tweede gevel

1/200

inplantation & elevation & section through elevation

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1/200


model

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floor plan + 3

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collage exterior walk way

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section through housing units

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collage interior space housing unit

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section through housing unit

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