EveryVille Competition by La Biennale di Venezia -  project 75 of 195  
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Carolyn Caranante (UNITED STATES), Diana Lui (UNITED STATES)
Cultural, physical and spiritual communities have forever spoken to the role of the individual and the space he inhabits. Perhaps communities today seek another means of unity and identity, one that reinforces the principles of coexistence between man and his environment.
While Everyville identifies with environments and users of all sorts, its place for “community” is unique. Everyville links together communities through a microenvironment formed by a juxtaposition of kinetic and static factors, both geared toward forming space and triggering change over time.