Campus Green Metabolism

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Idle green spaces in the school campus are utilized as a medium to strengthen green connectivity, inviting more faunas closer to the vicinity from the campus forest through ecological succession phases over a few years. The space is designed to have multi-level aerial walkways and platforms that draw inspiration to simulate floating lily pads where users would hold their activities above ground, with roots firmly anchored as the supporting pillars, while leaving the ground space for faunas to thrive in, effectively allowing interactions with minimal conflicts. This green sanctuary not only offers panoramic views for the users but is also a pristine home for the faunas. 

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