Gallery: Architects Reimagine the American Suburb for MoMA’s ‘Foreclose...

In Orange, New Jersey, MOS Architects chose to put a focus on a pedestrian design that replaces certain public streets in three storey mixed use complexes that include commercial, residential and office spaces. The strips of these buildings would encourage community bonding, promoting the physical and social space, coupled with affordable public housing. A Limited Equity Company would own the mixed use buildings, taking on the tax burden for the residents.

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