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‘Re-owning the Square’ generates the final façade of Martyr Square which, in light of October Revolution, and gives the square an opportunity to belong to the people’s power, a public and a democratic dimension rather than a  commercial one.  Re-owning the Square’ creates a continuous flow between three layers:  the underground (past) that houses series of spaces to sensitize the public to the feeling of siege and fear felt during the historical events;  the ground floor that consists of an open platform accommodating the presence of daily social activities; and a top floor(future) that houses experimental programs with watch tower facing the parliament. The project  is connected with a red spine to the roof spaces so to complement the communal spaces, discussion spaces, and exhibition spaces below.

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