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Nita Llonçari, Xhezide Vlashi

https://www.behance.net/gallery/74490853/URBANISM-Analyzes-and-Urban-Design-of-Prishtina-Center

Prishtina, Kosovo
Xhezide Vlashi and Nita Llonçari came together at their university studies in the faculty of architecture -University of Prishtina. Both hold a bachelor's degree, having graduated with a thesis on urban planning and conservation respectively. Since then, they have participated in several courses and workshops together, including an exhibition at Palazzo Mora during the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018. Where their work was displayed in the Biennale collateral events.

RE-living RE-vering


From bad, To worse, To better!

RE-living RE-vering


From bad, To worse, To better!
Reflecting a better life for citizens of small towns, using the river as an element of spatial and social relations. Case of study: Hani Elezit.
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Most developing countries have over-thrown their "monocratic" regime, and experienced a burst in development. But, before that basic matters such as freedom of speech and living standards were low. On the other hand, the fast and uncontrolled progress after the redemption caused those standards to increase utterly ignorant towards social life. The ones experiencing this change are usually smaller undeveloped cities. The linkages forged between small urban centers and their hinterlands have sometimes been used to exploit rather than to develop human and physical resources. This project which's case study is Hani Elezit is focused on the city's river which at status quo is a barrier that divides two parts of the city. By analyzing public's and urban needs, small changes such as the re-use of abandoned buildings and creation of public spaces are predicted to have a huge impact on the visible and social connection of these parts that as an end result provide a safe and healthy environment.


Neglected areas located around the river which were refurbished in the given project.

Illustrative Storm.

Masterplan of the general interventions and new community spaces.

RE-living RE-vering


From bad, To worse, To better!

RE-living RE-vering


From bad, To worse, To better!
Reflecting a better life for citizens of small towns, using the river as an element of spatial and social relations. Case of study: Hani Elezit.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Most developing countries have over-thrown their "monocratic" regime, and experienced a burst in development. But, before that basic matters such as freedom of speech and living standards were low. On the other hand, the fast and uncontrolled progress after the redemption caused those standards to increase utterly ignorant towards social life. The ones experiencing this change are usually smaller undeveloped cities. The linkages forged between small urban centers and their hinterlands have sometimes been used to exploit rather than to develop human and physical resources. This project which's case study is Hani Elezit is focused on the city's river which at status quo is a barrier that divides two parts of the city. By analyzing public's and urban needs, small changes such as the re-use of abandoned buildings and creation of public spaces are predicted to have a huge impact on the visible and social connection of these parts that as an end result provide a safe and healthy environment.


Neglected areas located around the river which were refurbished in the given project.

Illustrative Storm.

Masterplan of the general interventions and new community spaces.


Idea by

Xhezide Vlashi and Nita Llonçari came together at their university studies in the faculty of architecture -University of Prishtina. Both hold a bachelor's degree, having graduated with a thesis on urban planning and conservation respectively. Since then, they have participated in several courses and workshops together, including an exhibition at Palazzo Mora during the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018. Where their work was displayed in the Biennale collateral events.