This is the Har Homa settlement, a suburb of Jerusalem built during the 1990's. It is the perfect example of an attempt to imitate the complex form of the traditional hill town without employing any of the same processes. As a result the repetition of shapes at the scale of buildings gives away the production process as a type II physical phenomenon and not a complex living environment. Who could truly love it?
To quote James Howard Kunstler, in a region where his words have a much more urgent significance, will this be a place worth defending?