PRISTINA CENTRAL MOSQUE \ OODA

• May 15, 2013

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The proposed Mosque stands as an affirmation of these values, resulting in a conceptual coherent solution, materialized in a logical and clear system. The proposal is the outcome of an intense research on the mosque theme, spanning from a profound historical study of cultural heritage, analysing the evolution through time, in the program, in the materiality and form, understanding the different geographical characteristics or the social and urban impacts.

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This project responds actively to the proposed goals, accomplishing several standards and conditions, and even going beyond, namely because: it stands as a strong landmark, yet responsible and objective; its is monumental, yet human related by the scale and form; its is conceived for the future, in terms of materials, configuration, capacity, and innovation concept; it embodies tradition in an contemporary approach; its stands out in the landscape, yet without neglecting the surroundings; it is a place that enhances spirituality, but also promotes and embraces a wider social role; it is sustainable and environment friendly; it is adapted to several occupational needs, since it is capable to adapt the scale of the physical space to a versatile number of users, dividing or expanding the space in multiple configurations.

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+ Project facts

PRISTINA CENTRAL MOSQUE
PRISTINA, KOSOVO

Team:
OODA: Diogo Brito, Rodrigo Vilas-Boas, Francisco Lencastre, Isabel Vincke;
AND-Ré: Francisco Salgado Re, Bruno Andre, Filipe Paixao, Fernando Ferreira, Catarina Fernandes
Type: Competition
Size: 60.000 sqm
Status: Settled. Proposal.
Collaboration: AND-Ré (co-author), AFA CONSULT / Rui Furtado (engineering)

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