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Each devastated cities / Architecture project

Each devastated cities
Each devastated cities


Each devastated cities
Each devastated cities


After some destructive events like earthquakes and wars, there will be destroyed areas and a vast volume of debris and trashes, some of them recyclable and others non-recyclable. This project tries to use the trashes which are non-recyclable and also harmful for the environment, specially for countries which were destroyed in wars and are not wealthy enough to build their cities up again. Overall, there is a plan for a city near to Syrian culture and its local architecture, and also there are some metal fences that can be filled with non-recyclable trashes of destroyed buildings, so we can provide a simple area for living.

It's a great idea worth investigating on how to build from waste, not only in crisis regions.
We are pleased that now we are one step closer to help humanity, specially Syrian people. Thanks to iF World Design that gave us this enormous opportunity.
Winner Statement

Azad University of Tehran

Islamic Azad University Faculty of Art and Architecture
Tehran, Iran

Sheida Azizollahi,
Sohrab Azizollahi,
Islamic Azad University, Faculty of Art and Architecture

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