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Moonbathing : a night park for Sea Island Amaya, Hanako

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The public park at night is recognized as a dangerous place in many urban cities in the world. This view overlooks countless opportunities for community development, appreciation of nature within urban context, and enrichment of public space through the phenomenology of night. This project reviews possibilities of introducing night activities to the public park, and rethinks active public space at night. The goal of this project is to introduce night use of a public park that is accessible from an urban setting.

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