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Kiwon Park, Yunhye Na, Soyeong Han, Jiyeoung Seo, & Jihye Choi

ID: 1477

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Because of COVID-19, we have to create a new type of house. This is perhaps an opportunity to have a more positive impact on the city. We set up the unit as a passive house that does not affect the environment as much as possible. The atrium next to the house can be a communication channel with other neighbors. As the number of units increases, the city will become more green and environmentally friendly. It is a design that allows a single house to become a unit, making alleys, blocks, and complexes positive.

People who can't go out can easily access green areas at home. Solar panels save more electricity. The windows on the roof help to circulate the air.

People exercise, work, relax, and go to school at home. By doing various activities at home, there will be less interaction with people. This small atrium can increase communication between neighbors.

This house is a proposal to diversify the city and increase the green rate by using various materials and layouts.

Kiwon Park, Yunhye Na, Soyeong Han, Jiyeoung Seo, & Jihye ChoiKiwon Park, Yunhye Na, Soyeong Han, Jiyeoung Seo, & Jihye ChoiKiwon Park, Yunhye Na, Soyeong Han, Jiyeoung Seo, & Jihye ChoiKiwon Park, Yunhye Na, Soyeong Han, Jiyeoung Seo, & Jihye Choi

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