ARCHITECTURE AND WAYS OF LIVING: TRADITIONAL AND MODERN PALESTINIAN VILLAGES AND CITIES
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06.10.19 ARCHITECTURE AND WAYS OF LIVING: TRADITIONAL AND MODERN PALESTINIAN VILLAGES AND CITIES Author: Romeo Carabelli

Architecture and ways of livingis a research that deals with the tangible structure of living, with the material results of human wills to adapt spaces in order to propose an appropriate spatial configuration to their societies. This vision has some characters that we would highlight; this approach could include a kind of deformation lenses shaping.

Watching the complexity of reality and starting from tangible presences, we introduce a way of reading” the reality and we should be aware of this. Analyzing tangible structures as buildings, villages or urban spaces, we are spreading our understanding along a long term and a large space. Reading material persistence, we are dealing with elements of complexity that developed during long periods, avoiding strong social, economic or military discontinuities

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Romeo Carabelli is an architect who holds a PhD in Geography works as a research engineer at the mixed research unit CITERES (CNRS and University of Tours – France), and teaches geography at the School of Landscape Design and heritage issues at the School of Architecture of Marrakech. A member of Icomos, he focuses his activities on (re)territorialization processes of colonial legacies, mainly over contemporary configurations of scattered and multinational heritage. He designs and manages research and cooperation projects dealing with cultural heritage (architecture and landscape) in the Mediterranean area and in the “global south”. 

 

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