One Land Two Systems Publication

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One Land Two Systems publication is a collection of essays and illustrations aimed to draw a comprehensive overview of the Israeli-Palestinian territorial conflict. It helps contextualize our call for an international architecture competition for alternative planning solutions for the unrecognized Palestinian village of Ein Hawd.

The publication provides an overview of Israeli land regimes, and it includes four parts: The first part examines the history of Ein Hawd and the urgency to support the community in their struggle for recognition and rights; The second provides a brief overview that shows how spatial design contributed to the destruction of Palestine and the construction of Israel; The third examines several spatial processes and typologies that emerged along the Negev/Naqab desert to Judaize the land in collaboration with Adalah, and the fourth part offers a series of interviews and visuals that depict how simiar mechanisms of colonization and occupation operate in the West Bank Occupied Palestinian Territories.