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They Didn’t Just Want to Build a Housing Shelter. They Wanted to Shift Public Perception:

Changing the way the public perceives shelters informed the design. From the nearby highway, the first glimpse you get of the structure includes an impressive mural by Australian artist Guido van Helten stretched across its 3,000-square-foot facade. A passerby might think this is an art museum, a shop, or possibly a school.

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Why The Tokyo Metro Plays Bird Whistles.

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What I learned from taking a train across the US. “Here’s how US train travel went from excellent to mediocre.” A Vox video.