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      SANAA, Kitagata Apartment Building, Gifu, Japan, 1994-2000 (via gifuprefecture) “Given that this building is made up of...
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    SANAA, Kitagata Apartment Building, Gifu, Japan, 1994-2000 (via gifuprefecture)

    "Given that this building is made up of rental apartments, it could be assumed that various types of families would live in those units. In other words, we imagined that forms of co-habitation would not be restricted to the existing standard family, but that different types of groupings of people should be considered…"