How can we use our privilege to include more perspectives, to better engage with communities, to create inclusive and just platforms that challenge the status quo and dominant powers?
The Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory is an architectural think-tank that works on the intersection between architecture, planning, and human rights. FAST seeks to improve the quality of the built environment and people's livelihoods in conflict-affected regions. Our projects include the award-winning book 'Atlas of the Conflict: Israel-Palestine,' 'Village. One Land Two Systems and Platform Paradise,' the long-term collaborative research project on the legacy of UN missions with the Center on International Cooperation at NYU and 'BLUE: Architecture of UN Peacekeeping Missions,' the 2016 Dutch entry to the Venice Architecture Biennale. FAST is led by Malkit Shoshan.