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Issue 7.2

The Resource Rows 

The growing urbanization across many parts of the world requires prolific building materials with significant environmental consequences. As housing demand grows, new residential areas develop in up-and-coming areas primarily from new materials. But what happens to abandoned buildings on the fringes? The Resource Rows, a residential project created by the Danish architectural studio Lendager, approaches this asymmetry by developing a process that reuses worthless construction materials for new residential construction. The vision for The Resource Rows was to address challenges related to climate, resource scarcity, and urbanization. 

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