Event Title

The syntax in the development of architecture in Kosovo

Session

Architecture and Spatial Planning

Description

Taking into account the recent developments in the construction sector in Kosovo, we notice an agreement between the rules of treating constructive spaces in function of buildings. Kosovo is a country with a small land area and applying a high coefficient of construction in relation to the spaces used, we notice that modular construction rules in many cases need to be treated with eccentricity. Research conducted in our country show that most residential units are treated in a way that the access to the noisy area is done through the quiet zone, which directly affects the privacy of the users of those units. From this research, it turns out that most of the cases arise as a result of preserving the raster of vertical elements and that during treatment we find that the most important is to give value to the function, given that the constructive elements of the structure can also work with eccentricity. It is proposed that this connection in space be made in several dimensions namely emotional, architectural, structural and functional dimensions. This paper deals with the observation and participation in activities within the chosen buildings in Kosovo. The analyses show that some relationships should be the regularities in the architecture within buildings. The level at treatment represents the relation of an architectural reality of spaces where as a need the idea of a relational syntax arises, in which the design and spatial effects are treated. At the same time, this syntax is done as a possibility of using sustainable projection and design strategies by analyzing buildings, and in order for this syntax to be achieved between architects and users, the message should be sent to the persons responsible for the design of the structures, by changing the current trend of buildings in our country.

Keywords:

constructive spaces, modular construction, structure, syntax, building

Session Chair

Lulzim Beqiri

Session Co-Chair

Arber Sadiki

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 1:30 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.26

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The syntax in the development of architecture in Kosovo

Pristina, Kosovo

Taking into account the recent developments in the construction sector in Kosovo, we notice an agreement between the rules of treating constructive spaces in function of buildings. Kosovo is a country with a small land area and applying a high coefficient of construction in relation to the spaces used, we notice that modular construction rules in many cases need to be treated with eccentricity. Research conducted in our country show that most residential units are treated in a way that the access to the noisy area is done through the quiet zone, which directly affects the privacy of the users of those units. From this research, it turns out that most of the cases arise as a result of preserving the raster of vertical elements and that during treatment we find that the most important is to give value to the function, given that the constructive elements of the structure can also work with eccentricity. It is proposed that this connection in space be made in several dimensions namely emotional, architectural, structural and functional dimensions. This paper deals with the observation and participation in activities within the chosen buildings in Kosovo. The analyses show that some relationships should be the regularities in the architecture within buildings. The level at treatment represents the relation of an architectural reality of spaces where as a need the idea of a relational syntax arises, in which the design and spatial effects are treated. At the same time, this syntax is done as a possibility of using sustainable projection and design strategies by analyzing buildings, and in order for this syntax to be achieved between architects and users, the message should be sent to the persons responsible for the design of the structures, by changing the current trend of buildings in our country.