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Flaka Syla

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Pristina, Kosovo
Flaka Syla is a young architect from Pristina. Architecture flows in her veins and eventually has returned from a passion to a profession. Her special interest is in Architectural design. Since the beginning of her studies, Flaka has been part of several workshops and 5 exhibitions. She has almost 6 years of work experience in the craft of tailoring and a couple of years working as a graphic design freelancer.

Future Housing


Adapting housing unit to future requirements

Future Housing


Adapting housing unit to future requirements
The main aim of this project is securing affordable housing based on expected demographic changes, family structure and demands of the future; which include mobility and adaptability wherever you want to live.
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The common denominator of every day of our life is movement. With a focus on the economic housing of the future, this project sets some problems with logical solutions that rationalize the user’s life. Nowadays, people want to live in different places throughout the years, that’s why here comes the question of how that particular building, house, or the apartment is built and takes place. The idea of creating sustainability in all disciplines is the biggest achievement of the 4th industrial revolution happening these days, which was a profound thought in this project as well. Also, the design of 24 units with different A x B dimensions, is carefully designed to adapt to every location and situation. Units are formed by prefabricated elements that create the possibility for fast fix and mobility from one site to another. They are formed in the concept of Metabolist architecture, which provides the functioning of a building as a living organism.


The concept of sharing and collecting units

Number of units per number of users

Sustainability aspects used in construction

The possibilities of living units of the future

Common semi-public spaces in the top floor of the building

Future Housing


Adapting housing unit to future requirements

Future Housing


Adapting housing unit to future requirements
The main aim of this project is securing affordable housing based on expected demographic changes, family structure and demands of the future; which include mobility and adaptability wherever you want to live.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The common denominator of every day of our life is movement. With a focus on the economic housing of the future, this project sets some problems with logical solutions that rationalize the user’s life. Nowadays, people want to live in different places throughout the years, that’s why here comes the question of how that particular building, house, or the apartment is built and takes place. The idea of creating sustainability in all disciplines is the biggest achievement of the 4th industrial revolution happening these days, which was a profound thought in this project as well. Also, the design of 24 units with different A x B dimensions, is carefully designed to adapt to every location and situation. Units are formed by prefabricated elements that create the possibility for fast fix and mobility from one site to another. They are formed in the concept of Metabolist architecture, which provides the functioning of a building as a living organism.


The concept of sharing and collecting units

Number of units per number of users

Sustainability aspects used in construction

The possibilities of living units of the future

Common semi-public spaces in the top floor of the building


Idea by

Flaka Syla
Pristina
Kosovo
Flaka Syla is a young architect from Pristina. Architecture flows in her veins and eventually has returned from a passion to a profession. Her special interest is in Architectural design. Since the beginning of her studies, Flaka has been part of several workshops and 5 exhibitions. She has almost 6 years of work experience in the craft of tailoring and a couple of years working as a graphic design freelancer.