Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Israel, Palestine, separation, barriers, architecture and politics
"The building strategies in the West Bank, culminating in the construction of the separation barrier, are politically aimed at temporary separation, but their built reality is resulting in a continuing and unbalanced coexistence. This investigation seeks to understand the social implications and hostile perceptions arising from these patterns of government-imposed political architecture with the ambition of responding though critical intervention."
Ondrich, Laura, "Undermining Impasse: The Role of Architecture in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict" (2010). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 99.
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