Project Description: Klan KOSOVA Television is one of the first examples of industrial building transformation in Kosovo. Our idea was to reuse and recycle the existing and local materials. Through this concept, we were able to reuse old materials. Building elements, such as chandeliers, radiators, valve handles and pipes, originally used as manufacturing infrastructure, were reused as part of the new architectural project. Solid waste, respectively, bricks from the ruins of burnt houses from the Kosovo war and the recycling of railway sleepers on the facade. We were able to put together a facade that enwrapped the building made out of recycled boards composed in a natural parametric design. The 120-meter-long facade, dominates through its horizontal extent, by integrating harmonizing interpretations of the company's slogan throughout its openings. The building brings to life not only itself but also it emphasizes the social pattern and the evolving history of Kosovo, which is obtaining new
Astrit NIXHA founds ANARCH in 2004. Over 20 years of architectural and managerial experience, previously he had owned Atelier Architecture and partnered in NIXHA&PARTNERS.
At ANARCH quality comes first. The quality of our work is our number one priority, when it comes to achieving customer satisfaction. Our clients are the focus of everything we do. We strive for excellence in every aspect of our work from our conception of creativity, safety and value in our project, our human relations to our competitiveness and productivity.
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