Session

Sustainabile Urban Development, Architecture and Environment

Description

A major part of this challenge is the development for better city-better life and being able to create sustainable architecture solutions through more effective ways to implement in our everyday life process. Strategists, designers and planners are also concerned with combining means and time efficiently. We can see, for example, nearly half of the city in Prishtina has faced wild development or re-development. This has happened as a result of individual construction projects which were undertook without municipal building permits because the pressure to develop was much high than capability of local authority to provide this service. Nevertheless even after twelve years from this crisis situation as a result of war this is still happening as a result of corruption. Those informal buildings are often constructed without experts (architects) by using traditional techniques and individual knowledge with threat modern ideas. The main issue under investigation and the expected contribution of this paper work is to understand the negative effects of those places at dwellers, in environment, in society education and in long term effects on global warming.

Keywords:

Wellbeing, Environment, Morphology, Risk, Sustainability

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi & Mo Vaziri

First Page

183

Last Page

186

Location

Prishtina, Kosovo

Start Date

2-11-2012 9:00 AM

End Date

3-11-2012 5:00 PM

DOI

https://doi.org/10.33107/ubt-ic.2012.17

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Sustainable Architecture and Quality of Place

Prishtina, Kosovo

A major part of this challenge is the development for better city-better life and being able to create sustainable architecture solutions through more effective ways to implement in our everyday life process. Strategists, designers and planners are also concerned with combining means and time efficiently. We can see, for example, nearly half of the city in Prishtina has faced wild development or re-development. This has happened as a result of individual construction projects which were undertook without municipal building permits because the pressure to develop was much high than capability of local authority to provide this service. Nevertheless even after twelve years from this crisis situation as a result of war this is still happening as a result of corruption. Those informal buildings are often constructed without experts (architects) by using traditional techniques and individual knowledge with threat modern ideas. The main issue under investigation and the expected contribution of this paper work is to understand the negative effects of those places at dwellers, in environment, in society education and in long term effects on global warming.