“Terra Nova” – Urban Planing Thesis

The compression concept raises the question of being and existence of the individual-mortal in the internal and external space. Density \ response compression is creation of a new chemical bond as a response to adding a certain molecules to individual molecules. Similar to the process of diamond formation in nature: Carbon atoms, located internal spaces underground, becoming a diamond when pressures with high-temperature come into underground spaces and act on carbon within the boundaries of that internal space and together it obtained  a diamond. Hence, we can interpret the formation of urban space as a phenomenon that can be expanse  by inserting external phenomenon to a certain place for creating the complexity of a urban surface and redefinition it space, similar to the complexity of the  mortal appearance phenomenon in nature.

The city of Beer Sheva, in south Israel, express the modernist object and the modern mortal perception. this city’s thesis, located in the desert – Arab – Mediterranean area, create  a imbalances gap between the local native conceptual spirit and the eastern European  modernist urban planning that allowing inserting “external” thesis ,spatial – Mediterranean ,to create sustainable urban space, that will expresses the conceptual native properly and the complexity of the mortal appearance phenomenon.  The project relates to questions regarding the dwelling space perception and  the ex-territorial city space.

Student: Liran Yehuda Shukrun
University: Ariel University,  School of Architecture
Location: Middle East, Israel
Advisor: Prof. Beni R. Levy, Itzhak Elhadif, Udi Mendelson, Dana Oberson, Yoav Lanir
Project title: “Terra Nova” – Urban Planing Thesis
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Author: Maja Markovski

Maja Markovski

A 35-year-old female architect with a passion for innovative, sustainable design. I blend creativity and functionality to transform spaces into beautiful, practical environments.


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