Moscow’s Zaryadye Park redefines the architecture discipline
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Moscow’s Zaryadye Park is a man-made wild area, an outdoors-indoors organic, flowing and inspirational fabric. But mostly, it blurs the unreasonable existing dichotomy between architecture and landscape architecture.

Soviet pavement tiles – walking on repetitive geometry
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Repetitive geometrical forms were dominant in soviet architecture and design. It seems that sidewalks were playgrounds for designers to try elaborate repetitive interlocking forms…

10 ways to destroy a city, the case of Haifa
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Cities with great potential do not need much to become desirable places to live. Failure to maintain and leverage their qualities can rapidly lead to a disaster. Here are 10 definite ways to destroy a city, with Haifa being one of the best cases around.

Don’t take markets out of downtown Yangon, solve transportation issues !
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Yangon authorities have been banning street vendors from downtown Yangon, in order to… make space for private cars. Instead of killing this unique lively urban area, here are some suggestions how to cope with the escalating traffic challenge.

Negev Desert / Afternoon in the Nubian ibex human domain
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A close encounter with majestic Nubian ibex in Sde Noker is a true delight, but raises questions about relations between people and wild animals.

ANZAC cavalry is back to charge at Beersheba after 100 years…
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A hundred men and women, history enthusiasts and descendants of Australian Mounted Division and ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) soldiers, came to the Negev to retrace the ANZAC cavalry charge at Beer Sheba that took place exactly a hundred years ago, during World War I

Austria / Commemoration of Jewish Holocaust events in situ gains momentum and enhance public space
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Inspiring projects across Austria commemorate the fate of Jewish people during and following World War II, refresh the sociohistorical discourse in Austria and add meaning to public areas threatened by technology mediated experiences.

Kyrgyzstan / People and Life – Traditions and life here and there
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Outdoor scenes, an ethnic festival, marshrutka rides, the warm hospitality of Kyrgyz people… Intimate interactions make a journey in Kyrgyzstan an unforgettable experience.

Kyrgyzstan / People and Life – The younger generation
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Traveling in Kyrgyzstan in the summer means summer vacation also for children. They roam everywhere, playing on the streets, helping their parents with house or farm duties, or joining them for a vacation time. And interactions with them are always cheerful.

Kyrgyzstan / People and Life in the market
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Markets provide an unmediated interaction with colors, smells and smiles of people, inevitable for us as social creatures. Markets (“Bazaars”) of Kyrgyzstan are no exception.

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