Peres Peace House by Massimiliano Fuksas

For all the wonder and perplexities in the world, one thing remains constant: politics and religion will never be friends. With a tumultuous history spanning decades, nowhere elseis this better understood than in the Middle East. And such isthe backdrop of the Peres Peace House – a building free of religious affiliation, but entrenched in political sentiment. Opened in March this year, the Peace House and the organisation it accommodates, is all about reaching peace through people, rather than governments. Built on the premise that it will assist to achieve peace and also represent it, the Peace House is a structure of profound significance, a symbol of innovation and change.