rethinking work-live relations in a post-industrial neighbourhood

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"Interwoven: Rethinking Work-Live Relations in a Post-Industrial Neighborhood" is a graduation project focused on the neighbourhood Bressoux in Liege, Belgium. This project aims to address the socio-economic challenges of a post-industrial city by reimagining the relationship between work and living spaces. By repurposing existing industrial structures within the neighbourhood and integrating new buildings, the project creates a vibrant and interconnected community. It provides opportunities for local craftsmen, entrepreneurs, and residents to work, collaborate, and engage in shared activities. Through thoughtful design, the project seeks to revitalise the neighbourhood, foster social cohesion, and empower the financial and social position of the city.