Enabling Architechtural Identity Via On line Communities (Case Study: Palestinian Architect Platform)
1st Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Joachim P. Hasebrook (ISNM)
2nd Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hubertus von Amelunxen (ISNM)
This thesis focuses on creating an on-line community for Palestinian architects. Where they can exchange experiences, gain knowledge and recover the sense of community. Using the cyberspace as a means of creating new ideas and as a possibility to reflect on the physical world, since cyberspace is a continuity of the physical world and a reality in progress. The argument here is not only about creating a new on-line community for Palestinian architects neither about documenting the Palestinian architecture in the cyberspace. But the on-line community here is more a platform were voice of Palestinian architects should be heard and recognized as a significance factor of creating the Palestinian future nation. This on-line community is a knowledge creation pool and expertises founder tool, and yet, a future virtual team.