Architecture of Peace

Architecture of Peace is an international long-term research and action project in which a large number of stakeholders are involved. The project will consist of local case studies, interventions, university research studios, debates, publications and exhibitions.

Cities in the post-conflict rebuilding phase have recurrent, comparable problems. Political power vacuums at the national level and the absence of civil self-monitoring generate uncontrolled forces that seriously damage the cities’ chances for recovery. For this reason it is necessary to scrutinize the aid and planning strategies we have used and intensify the search for possible alternatives. We call upon all those working in the field of politics, aid, architecture, and community work and development cooperation to share their knowledge and experience and rethink how to rebuild the community by a smart reconstruction of the city. The integral approach will provide innovative insights to create new tools and methods to approach reconstruction.

Map
The New Prishtina
Output
Pictures and words from Kabul
Output
The Lost Room
Case study
PDF’s on RSVP Kabul and Naples
Output
The Good Cause at the CCA
Exhibition
The Good Cause at Stroom The Hague
Events
Mapping the Drones
Case study
Photo Report of The Good Cause Opening in Munich
Events
Mapping Conflicts around the World
Case study
The Good Cause at Studio-X Istanbul
Exhibition RSVP Events
AFGHANISTAN: Maternity Waiting Homes, Bagh-e Jahan Palace, Bamyan National Park
Case study
AFGHANISTAN: Maria Grazia Cutuli Primary School, Herat
Case study
BOSNIA: (Re)collecting Mostar
Case study
CYPRUS: Dip Karpaz/Rizokarpaso
Case study
ROMANIA: Bucharest Socialist Collective Housing
Case study
PALESTINE: Gaza-Repair Strategies
Case study
RWANDA: Kimisagara Football for Hope
Case study
AFGHANISTAN: Skateistan Kabul
Case study
CYPRUS: Beyond the Green Line-Nicosia
Case study
PALESTINE/ISRAEL Ein Hawd: One Land Two Systems
Case study
AFGHANISTAN: Visitors Centre in Pamir-i-Buzurg Wildlife Reserve
Case study
ARGENTINA: Parque de la Memoria
Case study
PALESTINE: Birzeit Rehabilitation Project
Case study
KAZAKHSTAN: Palace of Peace and Reconciliation
Case study
KOSOVO: Prishtina Building Regulations
Case study
South Africa: Red Location Museum
Case study
South Africa: Sans Souci cinema
Case study
Afghanistan: Bagh-e Babur Public Garden
Case study
South Africa: Pelip Housing
Case study
Thou shall not — Call out
Ethical code
Jordan: Edge of Play-Palestinian Refugee Camp
Case study
Palestine: Return to Nature
Case study
ARCHITECTURE OF PEACE DIALOGUES: APRIL & MAY 2019
Events