حالتا وفاة: خواطر عن الفن المعماري والأسر وفلسطين
كلمات مفتاحية: 
architecture
spatial politics
Palestine
settler colonialism
apartheid wall
ethical design
نبذة مختصرة: 

In this essay, architect-activist and Funambulist editor-in-chief Léopold Lambert reflects on the ways that the architectural profession can be, and historically has been, complicit in structural injustice. He ties together the seemingly unrelated deaths of two men, uncovering in the process how architecture consecrates, amplifies, or abets oppression, be it in the settler-colonial context of occupied Palestine, in the French criminal justice system, or in the historical framework of the transatlantic slave trade.

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