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Privacy is maximized using an inner area with a smart, half-sunken parking solution, which will serve as the transition between the public street and private living. This is further emphasized by introducing single-story townhomes into the transition-zone. The project includes three types of garden spaces: the lawn, a vegetable garden and a recreational area for kids and animals.

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The plan seamlessly blends new architecture with traditional construction, and emphasizes green space within the city using a variety of gardens among the towering brick residences.  A green, wavy oasis is enclosed, providing plenty of room for city green programs. The project also includes a storm water collection system and collected water from various roofs is stored in barrels and will be used in watering the gardens.

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