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While examining architectural voyeurism, I think it is important to distinguish voyeurism from the deviant manifestation of sexuality, involving looking without being seen in order to obtain sexual pleasure, to the excitement of viewing. In the site, we were constantly being watched by the lighthouse from one side and the business building from another. But the beauty of this concept was that we can watch them back, turning our inner voyeur into a legitimate design idea where to see and to be seen, to watch and to be watched is the key of the design. And this extreme emphasis on visual connections, not only serves the idea of having diverse spatial qualities but also benefits an educational program whereby you are in constant connection with the different functions and in constant interaction with the spaces around you, on all the levels.

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