Marwa al-Sabouni lives on a noisy street near the old part of Homs, one of Syria's most decimated cities. Cars honk outside her door, but destruction is only one street away.
As an architect, Sabouni's vision of Homs as a battleground started long before the war. Her new book, "The Battle for Home: The Vision of a Young Architect in Syria," is an extraordinary telling of how the city's structure led, in part, to its downfall, and how architecture can heal the deep rifts in the country's social and urban fabric. Read More via CNN.