Ahmet Elezaj
Hajlë,Pejë, Kosovo
University Hasan Prishtina

People live, work and are engaged in a variety of routine activities. When this routine continues for a long period of time, the need for rest, relaxation and calming of the mind and body is felt. And where can you find a better place of relaxation than in a mountain environment. Mountains can be useful to find inner peace in our lives, they can help us rediscover the beauty of nature and how nature it can create life within itself. The constant meeting of different sounds, smells and noises stimulate the brain unlike the sounds of urban places, offering them peace of mind.

Historically, in classical architecture, the diameter of a column has been used as the basis for a number of modules. In Japanese architecture, the dimensions of rooms were determined by combinations of rice husks which were 90 x 180 cm in dimensions, modular architecture or “modularity in design” is a design approach that divides a system into smaller parts called modules, that can be created independently and then used in different systems. A modular system is characterized by the functional division into scalable and reusable modules, the rigorous use of well-defined modular interfaces and the use of industry standards.

Modularity means using the same module in multiple configurations enabling a wide variety of designs without using any single component. This modularity brings several advantages such as reducing capital and economic requirements, it is very advantageous when the scale and scope of the project are relatively large. The work in question has also referred to many publications and scientific researches with an urban and architectural character by different authors.

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