For this project, I designed a 'Conficsated Goods Factory' to increase seamlessness on the Irish Border. The factory deals with the increase in confiscated goods following brexit by using a series of workshops to upcycle the goods into products to be sold on a marketplace. The large plan allows for constant adaptation, with additional structures being formed from confiscated goods upcycled into building materials. The factory is a hub for the local communities, with the exterior spaces used for events. This allows for social cohesion between residents of the local border towns and educates them on the upcycling process.