Hinterland in Transition

The general introduction draws on the overall context of the project as well as the specific reasons for its emergence. In this case, the role of Western Macedonia within the socio-economic context of Greece. The method of analysis involves temporalities, tying cause-and-effect relations in a non-linear matter, delineating different images of the region, and showing the correlation between certain events and the current phase of West Macedonia’s existence in the city/non-city continuum. On the verge of another important event for the region, which is the phasing-out of coal combustion, the project uses that as a motive leading to the design of the three objects of intervention.


TU Delft / Faculty of Architecture