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Department of Architecture

Jack D.Weiler

Architecture 2017 : Graduate Works
Osama Abu Jaber, Threshold Identity
, 2017, Fifth Year, Architecture

Situated on the fragmented Israeli coastline, the project utilizes the liminal space between the edges of Jisr A-Zarqa and Caesarea by creating a nexus that correlates and forms a dialect between the fabrics. This is achieved through both structures that define the boundaries of Jisr and are based on an inner-courtyard typology, and minimal units that expand according to economic and social conditions. Together, these form a particular space with the potential for the development of the Arab society, while allowing a universal and more accessible space that holds and defines the axis of connection between Caesarea and Jisr and their communities.

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Osama Abu Jaber
Fifth Year
Threshold Identity
2017