The existing public lease system offers residential spaces for low-income groups, which make residents feel segregated from local society. To improve this problem of separation, Haeahn Architecture composed an open and easily accessible space and proposed a borderless zone open to the city and nature. As a space where residents can harmonize with local society, the system embraces local convenience facilities and three-dimensional community spaces. Haeahn Architecture created a complex public streetside community that can organically connect external spaces, making it the center of exchanges in the area. Haeahn Architecture aims to activate communities by offering various daily SOC facilities and sustainable residential services and realize social value by generating various jobs.
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