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COURSE AT THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

By: -- | posted: 3/21/2004 1:00:00 AM

 

Course in Architecural Communication at the School of Architecture at KTH in Stockholm. No 4, "Drafts for a Multilateral War Memorial". March 22-26, 2004

The aim with this course is to design a draft for an updateable war memorial for all wars with a number of deaths that exceeds 1000, as defined by the Nobel Peace Prize Committee that started after 1963 and finished before the year 2001.

The primary aim with the memorial is to create a place for remembrance for individuals and groups, and to support reconciliation processes.

The memorial should take into account the aesthetical differences between cultures involved. It should be possible to add new modules to the structure over time when new peace processes takes place that demands new memorials.

The methods to create and present these drafts can include but is not limited to models, 3D models, digital prints, blueprints or drawings.

 

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