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THE BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECT, UCL
This alternative embassy uses a responsive architecture to communicate its occupation and needs to the overlooking luxury tower blocks, whilst shifting scales to maximise approachability on the ground. The ‘unseen’ (people with no visibility within the city) are exemplified as the ‘live-in maids’ and the ‘working poor’. The embassy exploits legal loopholes around land ownership in favour of those with no space of their own.
BARTLETT UNIT 5
JULIA BACKHAUS - BEN HAYES
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