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title   Infill
student   Peter Bartash
instructor   Charles Hagenah
date   Spring 2006
school   Roger Williams University
     
subject   multiple-unit housing
site   Lower Ninth Ward
     
description  
This project proposes methods of flood mitigation that protect multi-unit prefabricated homes. The first floors are open to anticipate structural concerns posed by flood risk, and the fabrication system incorporates construction methods that express the individuality of each residential unit.
     
link   school site
     
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