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Abstract

The city of Prishtina has constantly been changing in urban, architectural, and technological terms. This has political, ecological, economic, and cultural consequences, especially in the downtown area, where higher-density, taller office buildings and commercial spaces and even more congested residential areas are planned. In this study, the Urban Gastro-Lounge is taken as an example of an adaptive reuse strategy for a whole building or its interior. This example of adaptive reuse aims to revive urban and architectural areas as a way of promoting the sustainable development of the city in terms of its general formal architectural morphology. The Urban Gastro-Lounge is an excellent example of this approach and is worthy of being considered a particularly useful intervention.

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