The PAW Workshops aim the training of the young professionals and architecture students in the theories of architecture & urban planning, cultural heritage, use of computing parametric software programs and landscape architecture, all of which will be guided by international architects coming from renowned studios and internationally acclaimed schools.
I. PLACEMAKING WORKSHOP Process and Public Outreach Project for Public Spaces engages the community and other stakeholders in the planning process through focus groups, interviews, pop-up activities, and Placemaking workshops. The Placemaking approach is a way to ensure that public spaces achieve the goals that matte
Developing new languages and methods in mapping and reading urban organisms It is important that future cities develop skills to adapt to environmental, social and economical changes. The city‘s adaptability is its intelligence and sensitiveness to react on human and spatial requirements. In order to enable sustainable grow
In the “CAMPing + INCLUSIVity” workshop during the PAW - Prishtina Architecture Week, we will work in two defined districts in Prishtina. We will combine two strategies to study the situation and to define potential future developments. The first strategy is based on the findings of the Architecture for Refugees about the basi
The BioPPAW intensive workshop will focus in the production of Bio-plastic material that could be used in construction and industrial design. The workshop headed by Esen Gokce Ozdamar, will utilize materials found in agricultural waste and apart from generating three dimensional material forms, the workshop will research and discuss
"Toestand Mache Prishtina" is a collaborative project between Prishtina Architecture Week (Kosovo), Toestand (Belgium) and InfoQuartier Mache (Switzerland). From the 9th till the 19th of July three groups coming from above mentioned countries will join forces in Prishtina to revitalize a vacant and abandoned building.