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2013 - 2016


Identity: HOGOSHTI Atdhe 30.04.1993 - Sweden Citizenship: Kosovan

Address: Av. Henri Conscience, 41 1140 Brussels, Belgium.

Education: -2013 2013-2016

AthĂŠnĂŠe Royal Crommelynck - Science and Applied mathematics Brussels, Belgium. Bachelor of architecture at LOCI, UCLouvain Brussels, Belgium. Graduation - Ongoing Competences:

Software proficiency:

AutoCAD SketchUp Adobe: Photoshop / InDesign Velux - Daylight visualizer Microsoft Office

Languages:

Albanian - Native French - Fluent English - Good user (CEFR level B2) Dutch - Intermittent user Spanish - Intermittent user

Other:

Sketching / Model-making / Screen-printing / Photography


Contact: atdhe.hogoshti@gmail.com 0032 489 57 68 35

Portfolio and other works: issuu.com/atdhehogoshti

Experiences: September 2014

Carpentry - Restoration of Lohra castle. 2 week worksite traineeship - Thuringia, Germany.

October 2015

Construction of an ephemeral structure. - Participation on the workshop «La Ciudad abierta de Amereida» in collaboration with the school of architecture and design PUC Valparaiso, Chile Brussels, Belgium.

January 2016

Construction site supervision / On-site logistics - Store extension. 1 week worksite traineeship - STRIMA - Brussels, Belgium.

Avril 2016

DOMISUM - Interior planing of a house for disabled persons. Honourable mention - 4th prize - In collaboration with Baudouin de Villenfagne.

July 2016

Masonry - Restauration of Esseillon’s Forts. 3 week worksite traineeship - Aussois, France.

Nov 2016 - ...

Brussels shelter - Designing a shelter for homeless people. In collaboration with Karin Verbruggen and Lola Daels.


LEARNING FROM BRUSSELS Like my previous experiences of living the city, Brussels has taught me and has shaped once more the way I understand architecture. A city that includes different international cultures offering different cultural productions, industries, spaces for the economy, therefore making it a city of the world. It has made me understand how important the diversity within a city is. Celebrating Brussels, this portfolio summarizes four projects of different scales. Four different approaches on space perspectives and on social questions, treating different issues around this city. Having the attitude of offering proposals to solve problems, it starts with a pavilion designed for the restoration of a cultural heritage, continuing with three interventions in the city. This interventions consist on providing a house for students, activating a place and creating a better accessibility to the


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WORKSHOP Program: Workshop Location: Theoretical Project: Individual Study year: 1st year Bachelor 2013 - 2014 Duration: 5 weeks

A balancing act between rationality and creativity provided for the construction and reparation of the ‘‘Big heads’’, folkloric giants of the municipality of Sint-Gilles. The pavilion is composed of four boxes playing different roles, as the role of a studio, circulation space and exhibition spaces. The boxes fit one another taking place around a pillar and creating a single set that generates fullness and void. The structure reinforcement, triangulations, aims to organize the space closing and opening it.


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Model Scale 1:20


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STUDY HOUSE Program: Housing Location: Saint-Gilles, Brussels Project: Individual Study year: 2nd year Bachelor 2014 - 2015 Duration: 8 weeks

Making a mark on the neighborhood the building is designed in two parts, each part hosting different activities: a library and student rooms in one, and a family dwelling in the other. The living spaces are placed at the top in order to avoid city noises. The interlocking of two different volumes links the house with its back through the rooftop garden, an option that corner houses have not got. As the house overlooks Brussels, the family has another point of view on the life of the city.


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Study models Scale 1:200


Implentation model Scale 1:200

Model Scale 1:50

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TRINITY SQUARE Program: Patrimony Location: Ixelles, Brussels Project: Individual Study year: 3rd year Bachelor 2015 - 2016 Duration: 5 weeks

The space surrounding the church has all the characteristics of a square but remains unused because there are many barriers (the sidewalk, the car parkings, the roadway, the tramway and the gardens) between the building itself and the locals. A step-free area would reclaim the use of the square and open access to the church to handicaped persons.


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Model Threshold detail Scale 1:50

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TERRITORY Program: Study and action proposals Location: South of Brussels, Ruisbroek Project: Group 4 students Study year: 3rd year Bachelor 2015 - 2016 Duration: 5 weeks

Making a mark on the landscape, the infrastructures, like the highway, the railway, the canal and the roadway, have brought to this area a new reading of the territory. Contrary to the past, the locals live between corridors created by the infrastructures leading toward Brussels. In order to re-establish the transversal flow, three interventions are located on a potentially densified area around the canal zone which is considered as an element of reunification. These transversal actions, located on the interruption of the old urban tissu, try to make relations between the corridors in order to offer a better accessibility to local resources as the different corridors have different services to offer to the locals.


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ENJEUX ET OPPORTUNITES : ENTRE-DEUX

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VISION-ACTION : CONNEXIONS TRANSVERSALES

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Atdhe HOGOSHTI - Architecture portfolio - 2013-2016 - Last update: December 2016.


Atdhe Hogoshti - Architecture portfolio, 2013-2016