Abstract
Thesis project began as an exploration of boundary/threshold conditions defined by the presence of the walls and their continuous rebuilding. Boundary of a room, house, street and city was always defined by the wall. Existing walls were perpetually rebuilt, they are alive, they have roots… in order for a new wall to be erected a sacrifice is made. Peja (Kosovo) was known as a town of Brickmakers, Wool weaver, Milliners, Butchers, Sausage Intestine makers, Blacksmith and Saddle makers. To tell the story of each craft and facilitate for a dialogue between old and new, I began by building work tables for each craft. To house each table, space within and between the walls was proposed. New piers, columns, walls are to be erected with the brick that will allow for structures that are never finished.
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