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Protective Shelter For Roman Ruins

Protective building above Roman ruins, inspired by the Transylvanian landscape, Roman soldiers and the former commander building in the work of András Cseh, Gergely Galántai, Ádám Karlovecz, Áron Farkas Lévay. The location is Mikháza, once a border fortress of the Roman Limes in Dacia, but nowadays a project, which can be interpreted as a bridge across nations. The protective building is to be built by locals with local materials, which – despite of its size – fits into the village’s landscape and reflects to the Roman heritage and once military function.


 


 


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