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SQUARE - Bashkia e Tiranes

SQUARE - Bashkia e Tiranes

2.5.1 Details of P1 Zone

2.5.1 Details of P1 Zone – Scanderbeg PlazaFor the reason of being in the central plaza of the city, and in order topreserve its monumental character, in all new buildings presentedhereinafter, no balconies and terraces will be allowed. Only loggias wouldbe allowed, when perfectly integrated in the facade and hollowed outwithin the building. The orientation is to provide a maximum of carparking spaces (private and public) and the edges of zone P1, mainly atareas located nearby and at the towers and the shopping mall.(estimated at 18,8m to be defined precisely with the architectural project,reference to building 5e below).Architectural ensemble constituted by buildings 5a, 5b, 5c, 5d and 5eThis group of building must be designed as a whole project that “shapes”the northern part of the square and which includes the whole urban andlandscape design of Scanderbeg square…Building (5a)Layout of the constructions: they must be on the street lines with respectto the roads and the square.Facade line: 100% of the side of the block looking onto the roads and thesquare.Area occupied by the building: buildings expand on all the surface area ofthe lot.Basement constructions: allowed beneath the area occupied by thebuildings.Length of buildings on the street: according to the Master plan.Height of constructions: 9m for the north part of building, 12,8m (sameas National Bank) for the south part and 16m for the east part on thesquare (refer to Master plan). For the east part on the square, thebuilding must be as height as the new facade of the Palace of CultureReference to the Master Plan 120

Building (5b)Layout of the constructions: they must be on the street line with respectto the pedestrian way.Facade line: 100% of the side of the block looking onto this road.Area occupied by the building: buildings expands on all the surface area ofthe lotBasement constructions: allowed beneath the area occupied by thebuildings.Length of buildings on the street: according to the Master plan.Height of constructions: The building must be as height as the new facadeof the Palace of Culture (estimated at 18,8m to be defined precisely withthe architectural project, reference to building 5e below).Buildings (5c) and (5d)Layout of the constructions: they must be on the street line with respectto the road of the tramwayArea occupied by the building: 29m x 13mGround floor level: ground floor on stilts, to remain completely opened,except for vertical circulation which enclosure must be transparent.Basement constructions: not allowedHeight of constructions: The building must be as height as the new facadeof the Palace of Culture (estimated at 18,8m to be defined precisely withthe architectural project, reference to building 5e below).Building (5e)The stake is to provide the Palace of Culture a new image, and to make itpart of the new architectural ensemble of the northern part ofScanderbeg square. The architecture of the Palace of Culture mustremain legible.Layout of the constructions: they must be on the street lines with respectto the roads and the square.Facade line: as defined in the Master planArea occupied by the building: as defined in the Master planBasement constructions: allowed beneath the area occupied by thebuildings, if possible with respect to the existing building.Length of buildings on the street: according to the Master plan.Height of constructions: 9m for the central part (reference to the Masterplan), 18,80m for the constructions on Scanderbeg square and on theback of the Palace. The height of 18,80m could be slightly increased, ifnecessary, to “wrap” completely the existing facade of the palace ofCulture.Construction inside the courtyard of the Palace of Culture: Thisconstruction must be a gallery (shopping, temporary exhibitions), openedto public and linking Scanderbeg square to the shopping mall (building 7a -7b - 7c)Comment:To be emphasized: Despite the provisions of the above mentionedregulation, the participants will be required to work on the functionalorganization of the square, keeping the Master Plan for the Center as astarting line. They can stick to its proposal of spatial and functionalorganization, or can further elaborate or modify it, if this design approachproves to improve the urban and spatial quality of the actual physical stateof the square and the City Center, as an output.21

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