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The New ‘Archology’: Through the Constructs of Education and Land Forms

By reinterpreting the existing threshold at the entrance of Islamberg, the project aims to create a two-fold agenda that ultimately will bolster relations the community has with its neighborhoods, while also providing Islamberg’s youth with educational prospects that break down the socially constructed reality of “religious vs. secular” education. This environmentally responsive development has a long term outlook for the ecology as well as the prospects of residents.