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Search for identity through urban villa architecture

The urban villa project was developed as part of the village project. For a better immersion into the idea
of the project, I am attaching additional media files with the project of the village and the public center
in it (as a city-forming element).

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1RIfIzCjhmfZvP1CCGTgFcRGsruQlwCzU?q=parent:1RIfIzCjhmfZvP1CCGTgFcRGsruQlwCzU

The concept of the urban villa, which continues the idea of a village, is
to search for the identity of a place that, on the one hand, is now a wasteland, and on the other, has a
distant history, confirmed by archaeological excavations. As an architect, I’m trying to understand
whether it’s worth focusing on what no longer exists? Or is it better to create a new identity starting from
today? I tried to look for answers to questions in various philosophies. The closest thing to my situation
was Buddhist philosophy with the concept of emptiness “shunyata” as part of space.

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