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Azerbaijani urban designer, interior architect and urban art & installation movement promoter. I am inspired by everything technically precise and functionally well-elaborated. I look forward to share my expertise, vision and evaluation of various urban designs. “Hard work opens doors and shows the world that you are serious about being one of those rare - and special - human beings who use the fullness of their talents to do their very best” – Robin S. Scharma.

Colombia against drug cartels: tackling urban violence in Medellín

While preparing my dissertation on ‘crime prevention in an urban environment’, I have encountered the case of Medellín in Colombia. Medellín’s Past Latin American cities, and Medellín in particular, represented the most violent cities in the world in the late 20th century with a great deal of homicides, drug trafficking and rackets affecting the local…
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Building For Life 12: The Rise (Phase 1), Scotswood

The Rise is located in the electoral ward of Benwell and Scotswood of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. With the completion of 1st phase (4 phases remain)[1], it intends to accommodate “diverse, sustainable and forward looking community” comprised of the local working class population[2]. I will further assess The Rise according to 12 criteria of Building for Life. Each…
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yrammuS evitcelfeR\/Reflective Summary

In conclusion of my first semester’s blog experience, I would like to thank each individual that was involved in this module, both academic staff and my colleagues. I have never utilized blogging as a platform for sharing my thoughts, ideas, knowledge and expertise. However, this course significantly helped me recognize the importance of this structure…
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MISSION POSSIBLE: Crime prevention through environmental design

One of discussion topics of Tim Townshend’s lecture briefly touched upon Jane Jacob’s ‘The Death and Life of Great American Cities’. While reading the book, I have encountered an intriguing chapter, namely ‘The uses of sidewalks: safety’[1]. It essentially urges to provide a safer and securer environment for people in the streets. Given that crime…
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Something Odd for someone to Behold

The week commencing on 2nd October was dedicated to the annual Charrette week organized by Newcastle University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape. ‘Charrette 2019’ focused on ‘Death of High Streets’, an incredibly sensitive topic in the modern digital world, where I participated in organizing a so-called Frankenstein’s Shop (pictured below). 2nd October The first…
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