Chinese Migrant Housing

The migration population in China is a widely established network determined by the nomadic nature of hundreds of millions of Chinese citizens. Migration is not just a phenomenon in the Chinese culture, but a way of life. The idea of family, work, relationships, education, and the home in China are vastly changing and being redefined. A network of responding architecture for the migrant culture succeeds this revolution. The home is now a concept, one that redefines the relationship of the migrant to the social construct of the Chinese culture. The network transforms into architectural nodes of social refuge.

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