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    26 July 2020

    Kerem Cengiz discusses with De51gn the valuable lessons of a 23-century-old city for today

    In an exclusive conversation with De51gn, a Singapore-based global publication focusing on design, architecture and culture, our Managing Director – MENA Kerem Cengiz discussed why a 23-century-old city offers valuable lessons for today’s urban planners in addition to valuable insights from our open-source research journal ‘Red Envelope’ which strives to answer pertinent questions that impact the sustainability of urban cities and the people who inhabit it.

    “Several of the pieces in the Red Envelope are indeed historical examples of the significance of urban planning and their societal effects, which often are not on the broader development agenda with reference to contemporary developments on the scale of the city,” shared Kerem.

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