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Bora Kelmendi

Prishtina, Kosovo
Bora Kelmendi( b. 1994 ) completed her Master’s degree on architecture. Recently she was part of Venice Architecture Biennale/ Kosovo Pavilion. Since 2013 she has been part of numerous architecture/urban and art projects and is recently involved as architect/project manager in European Commission/ Kfor funded projects across Kosovo.

Architecture between Life and Death


This study aims at analyzing human relationships influenced by architecture and architecture influenced by people emphasizing Kosovo-Pristina.

Architecture between Life and Death


This study aims at analyzing human relationships influenced by architecture and architecture influenced by people emphasizing Kosovo-Pristina.
Research addresses the breakdown of critical issues in urban sociology and residential modules on immaterial and material attributes, which are defined as the main components of this study.
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  • Systemic changes

Studies examined in this research did not directly affect the built environment; the focus was on human knowledge and perception. Therefore, this research poses the need for connection between architecture, space and humanity and concludes that the impact on the areas with potential to be revitalized. This can be achieved with "micro" interventions - which means architectural interventions of human scale and spatial detail sensitive to the intangible life and death attributes and environmentally influencing the user's daily life on the quality of life. Research findings related to 'life and death' of human relationships are brought through an architectural model that can be placed in urban tissue according to principles of grouping people in favor of life in human relationships.



Architecture between Life and Death


This study aims at analyzing human relationships influenced by architecture and architecture influenced by people emphasizing Kosovo-Pristina.

Architecture between Life and Death


This study aims at analyzing human relationships influenced by architecture and architecture influenced by people emphasizing Kosovo-Pristina.
Research addresses the breakdown of critical issues in urban sociology and residential modules on immaterial and material attributes, which are defined as the main components of this study.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Studies examined in this research did not directly affect the built environment; the focus was on human knowledge and perception. Therefore, this research poses the need for connection between architecture, space and humanity and concludes that the impact on the areas with potential to be revitalized. This can be achieved with "micro" interventions - which means architectural interventions of human scale and spatial detail sensitive to the intangible life and death attributes and environmentally influencing the user's daily life on the quality of life. Research findings related to 'life and death' of human relationships are brought through an architectural model that can be placed in urban tissue according to principles of grouping people in favor of life in human relationships.




Idea by

Bora Kelmendi
Prishtina
Kosovo
Bora Kelmendi( b. 1994 ) completed her Master’s degree on architecture. Recently she was part of Venice Architecture Biennale/ Kosovo Pavilion. Since 2013 she has been part of numerous architecture/urban and art projects and is recently involved as architect/project manager in European Commission/ Kfor funded projects across Kosovo.