The city is changed a space formed by economic logic and conventional thinking rather than a space considers human.
Our consideration begins with looking at this phenomenon from a critical perspective and focuses on a new relationship between a city and a human.
We define the ‘unit’ as the smallest size for human activities by a reinterpretation of the relationship through a holistic view.
The ‘unit’, in which human emotion is melted, fills the city’s volume by fusing into an architectural frame.
From this perspective, we are looking for new possibilities to revitalize human-centered cities.
The city's ‘㎥’ is filled with humans ‘unit’.