Contemporary Design with Historic Jerusalem – Final Post

In conceptualization and conversation, Jerusalem is known for what it was or for its significance to particular groups, rather than to the structure of the city itself. As my first formal foray into contemporary architectural history, I studied the dominant architectural styles of the latter half of the twentieth century, particularly from 1970 onwards. I analyzed the built environment of Jerusalem through three architectural styles, focusing on the Old City and several areas of the city immediately surrounding it.

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