Our contribution to “Prishtina in 53 Buildings” has just been published!
“Prishtina in 53 Buildings” draws a multifaceted portrait of Kosovo’s capital city by using architecture as a prism to understand political, cultural and economic processes. Essays on fifty-three built structures, written by different authors with different geographical background and different professional perspective, add up to polyphonic account of the city’s history and present. The texts are supplemented by pictures and a visual essay by Filippo Romano.
With contributions by Alba Imeri, Ana Dragic, Andrra, Anna Di Lellio, Antigonë Isufi, Arber Sadiki, Arnisa Kryeziu, Arta Jakupi, PhD, Aurela Kadriu, Bardhi Haliti, Besa Luci, Carlo Ratti, Daniele Belleri, Dion Zeqiri, Eliza Hoxha, Ena Kukic, Erodita Qehaja, Erzë Dinarama, Fitore Isufi Shukriu, Flaka Haliti, Flakë Zeneli, Gil Boesch, Gjergji Islami, Gresa Kastrati, Guillaume de Morsier, Gyler Mydyti, ilir bajri, Ilir Gjinolli, Iliriana Sejdullahu Ines Demiri, Jean-Arnault Dérens, Jeton Neziraj, Kai Vöckler, Krenare Juniku, Lydra Hoxha, Martin Pohl, Maximilian Hartmuth, mirjeta qehaja, Nebojsa Milikic, Nick Ames, Nita Deda, Nora Arapi Krasniqi, Predrag Guberinić, Rozafa Basha, PhD, Ruth Coman, Sakibe Jashari, Sali Spahiu, Samir Karahoda, Shkumbin Ahmetxhekaj, Shpresa Jashari, Sokol Beqiri, Sokol Ferizi, Toton, Valentin Kunik, Visar Geci, and Vladimir Kulić.
Edited by Donika Luzhnica and Jonas König, photography by Filippo Romano.
Ge your copy at @Sorry_Press (https://www.sorry-press.com/prishtina-in-53-buildings)
Design by WIEGAND VON HARTMANN