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Proposal by architecture student to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Proposal by architecture student to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is probably one of the biggest concerns to the world leaders. Although sometimes it may seem that nothing will help solve this crisis, there are still people willing to believe that peace is possible between Israel and Palestine. One of them is Viktor Ramos, an architecture student from Rice University.

Viktor designed this gigantic bridges in which both states can live together. The result is a fantastic example of architectural speculation: genuinely massive – and impossibly cantilevered – bridges used as transport links, aerial housing, and skyborne agricultural complexes, all in one.

More information about this project, here. More images, after the break.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Proposal by architecture student to Israeli-Palestinian conflict" 05 Mar 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/16009/proposal-by-architecture-student-to-israeli-palestinian-conflict/> ISSN 0719-8884
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