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Living in the desert: how can we create a place to live in a spatial environment that seemingly does not allow it?
The project follow natural resources found along the creek of Ein-Bokek, and examines the human-nature relationship in a desert environment.
Water is the main narrative in the project through the use of an aqueduct
for irrigation and collection on the one hand, and on the other, to create a unique language that 'sculpts' residential space in the desert, along with the experience of discovery. The principles of this project took into account sustainability, thermal mass and natural ventilation.
Ariel University Center of samaria