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Tregtia High-rise Quarter

As one of the largest local construction companies, Tregtia proposes on building a high-rising quarter located in Lakrishte, in the high-rises district of central Prishtina.

The project programmatically comprises of a commercial high-rise tower of 17 storeys and by six residential towers of 10 storeys, connected by a continuous landscape garden that accommodates the adjunct commercial facilities.

The commercial tower is an element which gives identity to this quarter of high-rises, while the residential towers are composed in a way that are not competing against, but have a dynamic interplay of bodies, and it specially retains confidence to the commercial tower, by being the highest among.

The ground level interaction of this massive mix-development is also an important part of the design proposal, because it functionally servers for the public flow around the buildings with partly parking spaces.

The TREGTIA High-rise Quarter is currently going through the schematic design approval process and is scheduled to begin construction in the near future. For further details, we’ll keep you updated.

  

All images courtesy of  Tregtia.net
3 Comments
  • James Stodgel

    This is the worst building I have ever seen.  Little kids playing with computer programs thinking they are actual designers.  Projects like this have a huge negative impact on the people who have to live and work around them.  Communist balkan architecture is pathetic and detrimental to the success and future of your people. 

    February 14, 2012 at 9:57 am
  • Ibrahim

    What the fuck is “Communist” architecture you anglo idiot?

    April 26, 2012 at 2:04 pm
  • Response

    @James Stodgel, i totally agree with your perception and it is true that these kind of project have the shittiest impact on the place!
    @Ibrahim, that architecture is the one that is beyond self called architects today.

    July 10, 2012 at 5:32 pm

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