LSE Cities’ MSc City Design students publish publication

4 November 2014

Reconstructing Sarajevo: negotiating socio-political complexity is an initiative by MSc City Design students Sofia Garcia and Bronwyn Kotzen (2013-14). It aims to bring together discourse from planners, academics, architects and students to converge and work towards an understanding of the link between politics, urban planning and architecture, and society in the sustainable urban development of the post-conflict and post-socialist city of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

MSc City Design students visited Sarajevo from 18-23 May 2014 at the invitation of the Faculty of Architecture and the Centre for Refugee and IDP Studies (CESI), Institute for Social Science Research, University of Sarajevo, with Professor Fran Tonkiss and Dr David Madden.

This online publication, sponsored by the Ove Arup Foundation, contains contributions from MSc City Design students, Gruia Badescu and Bosnian architects and doctoral candidates Mejrema Zatric and Zulejha Zatric. It is edited by Sofia Garcia and Bronwyn Kotzen.

You can download the full publication here: