How Syria's Architecture Laid the Foundation for War by Tim Barber

Architecture can help build or damage our relationships. It gives us public and private spaces, opportunities for celebration and grieving, sharing and inspiration. Syrian architect Marwa Al-Sabouni speaks to us over the Internet from Homs, where for the last six years she has watched the war tear her city apart. Al-Sabouni explores the role architecture and the built environment play in whether a community crumbles or comes together, and she offers insights on how her country (and a much-needed sense of identity) should be rebuilt so that it will not happen again.

Read More