Take Taiwan’s illegal construction as a starting point to explore its own history and community context. In the early days, residents who moved into the city were looking for the quality and safety of space, and there was a common phenomenon of urban violations.

    When discussing the space of the illegal building that was added in the existing building, it was discovered that the illegal building has two spatial characteristics-inlay and extrusion. When facing the social housing, the living space is regarded as the object, and the public space is squeezed out by the living space as the main body, and the concept of mosaic is responded to through the outer cortical space. In order to express the life memory of living in Taiwan.
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