Saturday, October 2, 2010


This is a part of the urban study work done for the Vanishing Landscapes Exhibition (Bethlehem, September, 2010). 

Following the implementation of the 1993 Oslo accords, the agglomeration of Bethlehem expanded drastically within restricted boundaries (Zone A,B), consequently devouring the traditional landscape in the vicinity. The physical destruction inflicted by the contemporary building modes is also degrading the heritage of a seasonal life-cycle, connectivity/identity to place. 

(click on maps to enlarge)

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