Lifta / Bezalel Academy, Jerusalem 2015
A year-long student seminar and studio, along with Robert Ungar and Hila Zaksenberg

Lifta, a depopulated Palestinian village in Jerusalem, holds a unique cultural and ecological landscape. It is an accessible green lung and a magnet for diverse populations in Jerusalem and for many travelers from Israel and around the world. What will remain after the Construction Plan 6036, aiming to build a gated community of luxury houses? How can visual research tools can help promote an alternative, more sustainable, accessible plan, that respects Lifta's heritage?

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