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Ground-up and Assemblage of architecture elements for future living habitat space Context Transformation, uncertainty, and complexity are among the most striking characteristics of late 20th and early 21st-century culture. This cultural architectural project explores the connection of conceptual and formal expressions of these specific time periods into space. Thus creating a prototype of a new type of apartment in order to connect atmosphere and activities in the habitat space. The main design concept of P- FLAT is to connect the newly constructed walls with the already existing wooden floors, giving the impression that space is created by folding an immense piece of wood. The P-FLAT is a project designed and conceptualized by the architects Ben Gitai and Charly Crochu from Gitai Architects. The flat is located in the 16th district of Paris, France in an Haussmnaian building. View more View full description
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