NAKHARA (Journal of Environmental Design and Planning)

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Any trip to any city is a plunge into perplexity. The total shift betweenenvironments, the sudden change in daily routine or the difference intime put the simple practice of every day life into question. Displacement anddisorientation put away the lazy negligence of daily routine. The unfamiliarsituations evoke greater awareness and curiosity to the seemingly normalconditions. More importantly, they also uncover possibilities of a positivechange in perspective. Journeys from one place to another or a change of placeraise problems about space as much as time. As the world shrinks rapidly dueto the technological and communicational progress, and cities are connectedin many more ways, the preconception about space and time is exposed andchallenged.

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