Project Unsettled


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This project started as an effort to squat the city, submitted by Hayley Stacey and Alex Balog as part of spatial justice fellow Menna Agha’s fall studio “the house as a political” which unpacked and explored the house as a typology. The project posits that the unhoused community faces the injustice of being disenfranchised in public space in addition to them being deprived a private property. The concept asserts the right to the city, especially to those who need it the most and argues that the city has a moral obligation to be a kind home to all whether they shelter in private property or in the street.

2016 | Histories of Nubian Displacement

2020 | Squatter by Design