Politics of Space

The Neighborhood House

By Rin Park, Sherly Morel, Kayla Nestor

The Neighborhood House

By Rin Park, Sherly Morel, Kayla Nestor

Oasis–Community Center

Group member: Stella, Yangkai, Yijin “OASIS” is a new kind of community center that uses free-form floating platforms to create an open, playful space for people to explore, be surprised and discover new experiences and adventures.

by Yangkai Lin /

Oasis–Community Center

Group member: Stella, Yangkai, Yijin “OASIS” is a new kind of community center that uses free-form floating platforms to create an open, playful space for people to explore, be surprised and discover new experiences and adventures.

by Yangkai Lin /

The Living Room

The Living Room is a LGBTQ community center that focuses on fluidity of space, material and circulation unit, individual experiences to create an embracing and liberating environment. My partner, Michael, and I wanted to create a space that mixed the

The Living Room

The Living Room is a LGBTQ community center that focuses on fluidity of space, material and circulation unit, individual experiences to create an embracing and liberating environment. My partner, Michael, and I wanted to create a space that mixed the

Sancturay for muslim women

Sanctuary for Muslim women address the problem of Religious stereotypes towards Muslim women often causes social injustices, discrimination and even crimes. CONCEPT By incorporating sheer fabric, lighting and pastel colors together in the space, creating a comfortable and welcoming ambience. MISSION

by Qingyu Li /

Sancturay for muslim women

Sanctuary for Muslim women address the problem of Religious stereotypes towards Muslim women often causes social injustices, discrimination and even crimes. CONCEPT By incorporating sheer fabric, lighting and pastel colors together in the space, creating a comfortable and welcoming ambience. MISSION

by Qingyu Li /