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Anyla Berisha

Anyla Berisha

https://www.linkedin.com/in/anyla

Vienna, Austria
Anyla Berisha graduated for Architecture from UBT University in Prishtina with a thesis on “Music and Architecture: Philips Pavilion, Iannis Xenakis 1958”. She has worked as a tutor at University and as an architect in different studios. Her most recent work is the sound installation “Haptic Space” created in collaboration with Visar Kuçi and CHwB Kosova at Ethnological Museum in Prishtina.

The Sound Architecture


Sound Architecture is the architecture that heals.

The Sound Architecture


Sound Architecture is the architecture that heals.
The Sound Architecture uses sound as a design tool, searching for the best solution using sound attributes.

The Sound Architecture uses sound as a design tool, searching for the best solution using sound attributes. Good architecture depends on how good its soundscape is. How sound behaves dictates how inhabitants feel. The noise, the stress, the nervousness,the good sleep, the good music, the loudness, how loud we speak, how we hear the words in return. It all compasses into one simple attribute, the oldest and most primitive of all: the sound.

Sound brings the best and the worst of the architecture. The spatial attributes of a space can be grabbed in one clap! Clap your hands and hear the sound travelling back and forth, spreading the waves all around you. Every sound reflection of the wall. The full echo of an archway. The depth, the length, the height and the roundness. Everything you need to know, all there is, in one clap. Sound makes us listen. Listening makes us present. Present and alive. Future Architecture is build of senses. Future Architecture belongs to the Sound.


The Sound Architecture


Sound Architecture is the architecture that heals.

The Sound Architecture


Sound Architecture is the architecture that heals.
The Sound Architecture uses sound as a design tool, searching for the best solution using sound attributes.

The Sound Architecture uses sound as a design tool, searching for the best solution using sound attributes. Good architecture depends on how good its soundscape is. How sound behaves dictates how inhabitants feel. The noise, the stress, the nervousness,the good sleep, the good music, the loudness, how loud we speak, how we hear the words in return. It all compasses into one simple attribute, the oldest and most primitive of all: the sound.

Sound brings the best and the worst of the architecture. The spatial attributes of a space can be grabbed in one clap! Clap your hands and hear the sound travelling back and forth, spreading the waves all around you. Every sound reflection of the wall. The full echo of an archway. The depth, the length, the height and the roundness. Everything you need to know, all there is, in one clap. Sound makes us listen. Listening makes us present. Present and alive. Future Architecture is build of senses. Future Architecture belongs to the Sound.



Idea by

Anyla Berisha
Anyla Berisha
Vienna
Austria
Anyla Berisha graduated for Architecture from UBT University in Prishtina with a thesis on “Music and Architecture: Philips Pavilion, Iannis Xenakis 1958”. She has worked as a tutor at University and as an architect in different studios. Her most recent work is the sound installation “Haptic Space” created in collaboration with Visar Kuçi and CHwB Kosova at Ethnological Museum in Prishtina.