The anti-zoo, focusing on the cohabitation of animals, people, and environments, situates itself within the temperate deciduous forest. Using the 1909 theorem, we originally placed the eight layers of the forest (mountain, forest, urban, hill, grassland, water, soil, and cave) into a separated situation much like the original 1909 diagram. Through de-resolution techniques of bending, folding, and breaking we displaced the separated layers to become more integrated, causing different effects to the merging new environments. Now, the animals and plant life of individual layers now have to coexist with the opposite territories. Humans also must learn to coexist within these realms and because of this we developed many â€œhouseâ€ schemes that adapted to each environment. Overall, the anti-zoo becomes a place of continuous movement, multiple adjacencies, and various merging environments that promotes a new stimulating environment for plants, animals, and humans.