Urban story K

In the process of urban development, it is natural for people to place polluted, unfavorable, and similar spaces on the "margins" of the city, and this state of being on the edge represents a certain hierarchical relationship within the urban context.
In the rapid expansion of Taichung City, often the old margins do not disappear before new constructions have extended to those same edges. The coexistence of the new and old is inevitable in the urban environment, and the state of collision and overlapping between the new and the old refers not only to large-scale urban fringe conditions but also encompasses the impacts caused by individual avoidance facilities and the relationship between small-scale old agricultural irrigation channels and residences.
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