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Syrian Parliament in Exile

Part 2 Project 2017
Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Edinburgh UK
Hellinikon, Athens exists as a laminate of three historic layers: a former airport, a redundant Olympic complex, and a contemporary refugee camp. Considering the airport condition as a liminal zone of ‘extraterritoriality’, a Syrian Parliament in Exile – together with housing for refugees – is proposed for the site. New interventions interact with repurposed existing structures, including the disused sports facilities, to provide differently scaled spaces of gathering and debate.

Tutor(s)
Aikaterini Antonopoulou
Mark Dorrian
2017
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