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A Romantic Landscape

Part 2 Project 2015
Aaron Bright
University for the Creative Arts Canterbury UK
This thesis project is about unions: it integrates two existing programmatic strands on an important site in Paphos and proposes a third. Fabrica Hill remains a contested territory, with countervailing tensions between developers and archaeologists over the last half-century resulting in an unfortunate disconnection of the hill from the larger area of historical interest adjacent and in ad-hoc commercial developments accreting at its margins. Now controlled by UNESCO, the site can be re-thought, in order to offer integrated facilities for archaeological, ecological, touristic and commercial sustainability. The new architecture and re-integrated landscape become a location for weddings, particularly extra-territorial unions which have become popular in Cyprus, given its more liberal attitude to interfaith and secular marriage than that prevalent in the nearby Middle East.
Aaron Bright

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Mr John Bell
2015
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