The (no-) Wall: Hostile space vs. Neutral place

December 2004
Canadian Architect;Dec2004, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p44
Trade Publication
Presents information on the architectural design of the project designed by Vered Aviram-Gindi that resides within stage A of the controversial separation wall that was built between Israel and WestBank and completed in July 2003. Implications of arming and disarming the wall for the change in the psychological experience of crossing the border; Impact of the checkpoint master plan on Israelis and Palestinians; Information on the timeline that reveals the disappearance of the border's infrastructure.


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