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Nuriye Izem Celik

Stage 3, BA (Hons) Architecture

Shaped by nature, history and its people, Canterbury has a rich and district architectural history of its own and has been a European pilgrimage site for 800 years; medieval pilgrimages historically and present-day refugees currently.

Modern interpretation of the city’s ‘fringe-belt’ enlightens and brings back the historical significances.

Canterbury Alliance Centre purposed for the sequence of growing, knowing, and learning spaces to establish and elevate social interaction between the locals and new-arrivals via ‘tea-route’.

Design Tutor, Urban Intervention: Peter Wislocki

Design Tutor, Architectural Design: Hooman Talebi


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