Bottles Station in Municipality of Kashar – Tirana
Group of work
Isida Duka, Saimir Kristo, Johana Dhiamandi, Rezart Struga, Eno Muho, Erdi Myltaraga, Aida Ciro, Eno Goxha.
Group of Students
Aldo Miho, Amanda Meco, Anilda Puleri, Dea Buza, Egla Arxhai, Eliana Zenaj, Emel Peterci, Enio Shpataraku, Erida Hoxha, Gerdi Papa, Gidian Halderaj, Iris Kyka, Joana Qirici, Nadina Sula, Nelson Sejdo, Ona Zenelaj, Romir Mazari, Shejla Hasani.
Date: September 8, 2012 to October 5, 2012
Client: Co-Plan (no profit organization) and POLIS University, International School of Architecture & Urban Development Policies, Kashar,Tirana (AL). Municipality of Kashar.
AWARDS: First price winner “Act now” from American Embassy
Status of the project: Realized.
Link: video by U_POLIS and Co-Plan
A bus shelter in the municipality of Kashar.
The use of recyclable materials in architecture and design.
As part of Tirana Architecture Week/Public Events/Tirana Urban Bundles TUB/ TUB 2, October 2012, Co-PLAN in collaboration with U_POLIS had build a whole structure made of, 0.5l, plastic bottles – A bus shelter in Kashar, close to the U_POLIS building. The idea and design of this project dates back to the start of 2012, using 12.000 plastic bottles for its construction. The aim of the project was to promote the use of recycle materials in design among the communes and municipalities of Albania. The building of the structure had started at September 8, 2012 to October 5, 2012. For its building were engaged 16 students from U_POLIS and 7 experts. The American Embassy has shown an interest about this project as part of “Act now”.