Event Title

The Development of the ’Western Campus’

Session

Architecture and Spatial Planning

Description

With the Modern Városok Program (’Modern Cities Program’) Pécs has gained a development opportunity with the help of which not only the buildings and premises of the university faculties participating in international training can form more sustainable, unified university campuses, but with urban planning infrastructure development is being prepared both in short and long term. One of the main development areas of the ’Modern Cities Program’ is the establishment of the ’Western Campus’.In the first stage, the formation of a migration map and the grouping of the faculties and buildings inside and outside the premises were necessary for the unified Campus. During the preparatory phase, the infrastructure connecting university areas were developed and the pedestrian and bicycle road networks were redesigned/expanded.

In the second phase, the faculties were complemented in accordance with their needs, some faculties were redesigned inside the building (Faculty of Pharmacy), others were enlarged (Faculty of Sciences), but new buildings were also designed (Medical School, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology ÉG 81-56).

The International Studies Centre and the Centre for Foreign Languages are placed in this homogeneous structure, which also indicates the essence of the Campus.

Keywords:

urban development, university development, sustainability, modular architecture

Session Chair

Ajhan Bajmaku

Session Co-Chair

Besian Sinani

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-54-7

Location

Durres, Albania

Start Date

27-10-2017 4:45 PM

End Date

27-10-2017 7:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2017.34

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The Development of the ’Western Campus’

Durres, Albania

With the Modern Városok Program (’Modern Cities Program’) Pécs has gained a development opportunity with the help of which not only the buildings and premises of the university faculties participating in international training can form more sustainable, unified university campuses, but with urban planning infrastructure development is being prepared both in short and long term. One of the main development areas of the ’Modern Cities Program’ is the establishment of the ’Western Campus’.In the first stage, the formation of a migration map and the grouping of the faculties and buildings inside and outside the premises were necessary for the unified Campus. During the preparatory phase, the infrastructure connecting university areas were developed and the pedestrian and bicycle road networks were redesigned/expanded.

In the second phase, the faculties were complemented in accordance with their needs, some faculties were redesigned inside the building (Faculty of Pharmacy), others were enlarged (Faculty of Sciences), but new buildings were also designed (Medical School, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology ÉG 81-56).

The International Studies Centre and the Centre for Foreign Languages are placed in this homogeneous structure, which also indicates the essence of the Campus.