Unpleasant Design - When Bad Design is Used to Hide Problems - Extra Credits

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Sometimes bad design is created intentionally, to cover up a flaw in the system instead of fixing it. Using cities like Seattle and London as examples, we examine how architecture is designed to remove homeless people from the public eye without actually helping them.
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