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Architecture of the Territory: Building a National Narrative

A project in Beirut, Lebanon by Collective for Architecture Lebanon

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The impact of National Narratives on Arab territoriality and society through architectural interventions and State ambitions.
Backers: 112
Average Pledge Per Backer: £104

Funded: £11,611 of £11,200
Dates: Oct 18th -> Dec 1st (45 days)
Project By: Collective for Architecture Lebanon
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