Things that grow infinitely

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Originally I was thinking of pairing the facade of the building with it’s supposed elevation. I made up the elevation for the building, a way to remember it’s original vision. This particular building it one of the most massive, populated, organic, and possibly having all sorts of safety issues, that I’ve had spent so much time of my life going in and out of. In the building were my English school, bookstore, two supermarkets, shoe store, clothing store, a temple, my eye doctor’s clinic, message place, my friends’ homes, pet shops. During the project I became more interested in it’s organic growth and deteriorating. I printed it multiple times on large sheet of paper to experiment with how to represent infinite growth of such generic pigeon box building.

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