Fellowship in Alexandria

Urban Acupuncture, initially introduced in 1983, entails a comprehensive approach to data collection, analysis, and design aimed at providing prompt spatial solutions for quotidian pressure points in small urban spaces. In the context of Egypt, it is imperative to apply the principles of Urban Acupuncture to re-evaluate the efficacy of regeneration projects and their integration into urban planning strategies. However, the lack of active community participation has resulted in a passive implementation of transient and cost-effective measures, limiting their impact on comprehensive urban strategies. Addressing these issues through the lens of Urban Acupuncture can help facilitate a meaningful and sustainable approach to urban development in Egypt.