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Along the 45° parallel from the Atlantic coast to the Black Sea, an itinerant survey on collective actions, heritage, and imaginaries that reinvent common space beyond identity and borders. Today, as “relationships have been converted to services and commons to commodities”, we are looking for..

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Mapping the Margins

Thesprotia-Epirus, Greece
by TiriLab

"Mapping the Margins" is a series of maps and documentations, identifying, for the first time, all the women associations, local agriculture cooperatives as well as abandoned buildings in Thesprotia province, in order to create an active platform where many cooperatives can find a space to grow. Add to a collection

The building of the National theater of Albania dates in 1939 following the Italian occupation of Albania. It was previously a movie theatre and was primarily built to serve Italian soldiers as a form of entertainment (dopolavoro). The original project was named “Skanderbeg Complex” or..

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One of the gestures of international solidarity, initiated by the disaster of 1963 was the creation of the outstanding international collection of modern art trough donations. This action was initiated by artist, historians of arts, international associations, museums and galleries from all over..

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The Telecommunication Center, designed by architect Janko Konstantinov is an integral element of Kenzo Tange's plan for reconstruction of Skopje after the earthquake in 1963 and undoubtedly one of the most important architectural and urban ensembles built during the post-earthquake renewal of the..

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The Church of Saint Clement of Ohrid (Macedonian: Соборна црква - Свети Климент Охридски) often called simply Soborna Crkva (Соборна црква), located in Skopje, Macedonia is the largest Orthodox temple of the Macedonian Orthodox Church today.
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The construction of the Orthodox..

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In January 1965, Kenzo Tange received a telegram from the United Nations asking if he would be interested in participating in an international planning competition for the reconstruction of Skopje, the regional capital of the Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. A severe earthquake hit the city in..

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Linnahall

Tallinn, Estonia
by Riina Altmäe, ...

Linnahall was built as a concert and sports venue with a 5000-seat amphitheatre and a 3000-seat ice hall in Tallinn, Estonia. It is situated on the waterfront near the harbour, just beyond the walls of the Old Town. It was designed by Raine Karp and Riina Altmäe as V. I. Lenin Palace of Culture..

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