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Anyla Berisha

Kodra e Diellit 2, Prishtina, Kosovo
I have graduated in 2014 for Architecture at UBT in Prishtina, Kosovo and I am currently finishing my Master Studies. Back in high school I was a pianist and keyboard player and used to make music in pubs and clubs of Prishtina. Music has helped me explore further different complexities of Architecture. My Graduation Thesis is a research on Music and Architecture called “Music and Architecture". I intend to continue working toward the meeting point between the two Arts.

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The dissociation of elements from their context and their new function as adaptable units and information providers

Elements


The dissociation of elements from their context and their new function as adaptable units and information providers
The future of architecture lies on its adaptive abilities to fulfill the needs of modern generation and overpass the challenges, either if it concerns environmental issues and the reaction it demands or the need for multifunctional spaces and the adaptive skills required.

Beyond the good design, shape, balance and harmony, the future has enunciate new requirements for architecture; In this regard, we might look back to the basic elements of a building, and foresee how they have already change hitherto. We should start by dissociating the elements from their context, and be able to see them as adaptable units and information provider. This way a wall, is not a wall anymore. it does not separates spaces between, it only transforms them. They are not thick and stable, instead they are made of transformable materials, and can move easily. Everything the room needs, the wall provides; . Elevators, panels, facades, will be transformed into interactive platforms. The wall that detects the movement so that it adjust to the actual physical and comical condition. It provides immediate information, and reacts to the environmental changes;Building envelope that reacts instantly in an automatic motion. It reacts and responds to climate changes and season changing.


Elements


The dissociation of elements from their context and their new function as adaptable units and information providers

Elements


The dissociation of elements from their context and their new function as adaptable units and information providers
The future of architecture lies on its adaptive abilities to fulfill the needs of modern generation and overpass the challenges, either if it concerns environmental issues and the reaction it demands or the need for multifunctional spaces and the adaptive skills required.

Beyond the good design, shape, balance and harmony, the future has enunciate new requirements for architecture; In this regard, we might look back to the basic elements of a building, and foresee how they have already change hitherto. We should start by dissociating the elements from their context, and be able to see them as adaptable units and information provider. This way a wall, is not a wall anymore. it does not separates spaces between, it only transforms them. They are not thick and stable, instead they are made of transformable materials, and can move easily. Everything the room needs, the wall provides; . Elevators, panels, facades, will be transformed into interactive platforms. The wall that detects the movement so that it adjust to the actual physical and comical condition. It provides immediate information, and reacts to the environmental changes;Building envelope that reacts instantly in an automatic motion. It reacts and responds to climate changes and season changing.



Idea by

Anyla Berisha
Kodra e Diellit 2
Prishtina
Kosovo
I have graduated in 2014 for Architecture at UBT in Prishtina, Kosovo and I am currently finishing my Master Studies. Back in high school I was a pianist and keyboard player and used to make music in pubs and clubs of Prishtina. Music has helped me explore further different complexities of Architecture. My Graduation Thesis is a research on Music and Architecture called “Music and Architecture". I intend to continue working toward the meeting point between the two Arts.