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Nevila Muka

Rruga e Teqese, Lagja "Deshmoret e Kombit", Berat, Albania
Nevila Muka was born in Berat, Albania. She is an Urban Planning student at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Tirana. Now in the forth year of studies, looking to find her way to become an Urban Planner. Her passion are art (painting) and culture heritage. She started painting since she was 5 and she has been involved with culture heritage for the past 4 years.

Yesterday - Today-Tomorrow


"The relationship of the old culture with modern cities "

Yesterday - Today-Tomorrow


"The relationship of the old culture with modern cities "
Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.

Unfortunately or Fortunately we do not live in an empty space , or in an environment where everything we could see is new. Old buildings and architecture is what we still keep as a heritage from the past, as a memory , as a relic , as something to learn, to be inspired, because heritage is part of our identity.

What about today ? Are we protecting our heritage ? Or are we forgetting or identity? Do we care about history ? Or the ego of the architect is changing the heritage? What will happen to our cities hundreds years from now?

Many of this questions can be answered very quickly. We are changing our identity ! There will be no more past , just future...But isn't it the best if we connect future architecture with the old architecture. There is always a bridge which connects them. We can't hide the past, but we must embrace it.

Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.
Elie Wiesel

Yesterday - Today-Tomorrow


"The relationship of the old culture with modern cities "

Yesterday - Today-Tomorrow


"The relationship of the old culture with modern cities "
Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.

Unfortunately or Fortunately we do not live in an empty space , or in an environment where everything we could see is new. Old buildings and architecture is what we still keep as a heritage from the past, as a memory , as a relic , as something to learn, to be inspired, because heritage is part of our identity.

What about today ? Are we protecting our heritage ? Or are we forgetting or identity? Do we care about history ? Or the ego of the architect is changing the heritage? What will happen to our cities hundreds years from now?

Many of this questions can be answered very quickly. We are changing our identity ! There will be no more past , just future...But isn't it the best if we connect future architecture with the old architecture. There is always a bridge which connects them. We can't hide the past, but we must embrace it.

Without memory, there is no culture. Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future.
Elie Wiesel


Idea by

Nevila Muka
Rruga e Teqese, Lagja "Deshmoret e Kombit"
Berat
Albania
Nevila Muka was born in Berat, Albania. She is an Urban Planning student at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Tirana. Now in the forth year of studies, looking to find her way to become an Urban Planner. Her passion are art (painting) and culture heritage. She started painting since she was 5 and she has been involved with culture heritage for the past 4 years.