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ABITARE: Mittelmeerland – mapping the Mediterranean

  LANDSCAPE Mittelmeerland – mapping the Mediterranean An urban research project curated by AA investigating the future of the Mediterranean as a ‘territory’ of water.. posted by abitare Indietro  Apri Apri Apri Avanti by Alice Piciocchi Detecting invisible and visible facts … Continue reading

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AA MITTLEMEERLAND VISITING SCHOOL on CANA-CNRS vessel

AA MITTLEMEERLAND VISITING SCHOOL on CANA-CNRS vessel On April 18, 2012 the CANA-CNRS vessel hosted students and professors of theMittelmeerland Project, organized in partnership by the AA – Architectural Association London, AUB American University of Beirut and Zeit Stiftung Hamburg. … Continue reading

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Mapping Mittelmeerland- An Architectural Mediterranean

Yesterday’s final session of the 10-day Mittelmeerland workshop in Tangier featured impressively researched and presented studies of 5 different coastal sites in Northern Morocco. The sites were well-chosen, ranging from the conversion of Tangier’s city port (the subject of our … Continue reading

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MITTELMEERLAND SYMPOSIUM II

Where? Cinematheque de Tanger, Grand Socco, Tangier  www.cinemathequedetanger.com When? Saturday 10th September 2011/ 14:00 -19:00 h Cost? Free of charge We will examine ’social aspects’ of the Mediterranean Sea ’territory’. This ’territory’ is subject to specific dynamics and experiences, which … Continue reading

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Partial scholarships are available for the Visiting School in Tangier (£200 discount on participation costs). To apply, please send a PDF (maximum three pages of A4) including a short CV and photo, contact details, a motivation letter and samples of … Continue reading

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MITTELMEERLAND

Mittelmeerland is a research project investigating the future of the Mediterranean Sea as a territory of water. It consists of two parts: 1: Mittelmeerland Atlas by Medine Altiok, that visualizes and explains invisible relationships such as economic, social, political and … Continue reading

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