Book Review: Stitching the Buffer Zone. Landscapes, Sounds and Trans-experiences along the Cyprus Green Line
Type
journal article
Year
2013
The launch of the book “Stitching the Buffer Zone” accompanied an exhibition of the same name at the Artos Gallery in Nicosia, Cyprus. Organized by the ARTos Foundation, the exhibition was part of a larger event entitled “Does Europe exist?” which took place from 1–15 November 2012 within the Cyprus presidency of the EU Council. Stitching the Buffer Zone was a collective exhibit which featured the works and installations of architects and urbanists Anna Grichting Solder, Maria Costi de Castrillo, Stephanie Keszi and Georgia Frangoudi and included models, plans, videos and installations illustrating the design scenarios and architectural and landscapes concepts for the future transformation of the Cyprus Buffer Zone.
Citation
Solder, Anna Grichting. "Book Review: Stitching the Buffer Zone. Landscapes, Sounds and Trans-experiences along the Cyprus Green Line by Anna Grichting Solder, Maria Costi de Castrillo, Stephanie Keszi, Georgia Frangoudi," in ArchNet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, vol. 7, issue 1 (2013): 190-192.
Parent Publications
Copyright
Anna Grichting Solder
Country
Greece
Turkey
Cyprus
Language
English
Keywords
city and regional development
sustainable development
symbolism and identity
urban development