In Turkey, when economic boom and newfound international appeal came without warning, the country was faced with the sudden challenge of adapting its architectural and social structures.George Georgiou traveled through Turkey from west to east over the past five years to meet with people whose opinions goes as well from left to right, to discover a landscape where hurried modernity gives the buildings the aspect of cardboard models, to understand a country whose 800 000 km2 resonate with social, political and religious diversity.
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