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The current model of housing is ill-suited to address the epidemic of loneliness and isolation. The top – down approaches to the built environment serialize the social needs of the urban metropolis as an issue of density. As such, the housing has turned to a highly marketable and easily organized model of tower housing. However, highly organizational models struggle to design for the nuanced and messy aspects of social interactions, resulting in an overly isolative and oppressive form ofdoi:10.14288/1.0406151 fatcat:itwmkdojtnd3ppx3u5slal26l4