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MENA Union (MENAU); sustainable substitution for the current sophisticated regional conflicts or the prognosticated future – part 2

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MENA Union (MENAU); sustainable substitution for the current sophisticated regional conflicts or the prognosticated future – part 2 Refugees, immigration and population By more than 12 million refugees, MENA has demonstrated the major share in the number of the people displaced by violence or persecution, the number of unaccompanied child refugees and also the percentage of people hosted by countries in the developed world. In an account of that, the immigration rate and the number of refugees in other countries have been affected by the crisis in the region. (UNHCR’s statistics) MENAU can even be prepared as an appropriate response to Africa as one of the next hot spots of the population in […]

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Dongdaemun Design Plaza

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Dongdaemun Design Plaza Everyone knows that South Korea is one of my favorite countries. Now, I want to introduce DDP as the first public project in Korea to utilize the 3-Dimensional Building Information Modelling (BIM) and other digital tools in construction. Throughout the design process, every building requirement was considered as a set of inter-related […]

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Greek Architecture

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Greek Architecture For most of us, architecture is easy to take for granted. Its everywhere in our daily lives—sometimes elegant, other times shabby, but generally ubiquitous. How often do we stop to examine and contemplate its form and style? Stopping for that contemplation offers not only the opportunity to understand one’s daily surroundings but also […]

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Shinto Architecture

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Shinto Architecture The architecture of the 80,000 Shinto shrines in Japan varies depending on geographical location, the deity worshipped, and the date of foundation. The earlier Shinto shrines tend to be simpler and less decorative affairs than those which came after the introduction of Buddhism and Chinese architectural styles in Japan from the 8th century CE onwards. Later shrines are brightly […]