Hybrid Structures as a Symbiotic Bond of Art and Science
Bujar Q. Bajçinovci
Affiliation: University of Prishtina, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kosovo
Keywords: Hybrid Structures, Architecture, Art, Science, Symbiosis
INSTITUTION: University of Prishtina, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Prishtina, Kosovo. The world continues to expand its development in all possible spheres, and this expanding is in an arithmetic mode of progression, hence, as well the population continues to grow. So, in terms of urban dynamics, sustainable architecture and artistic challenges as presents this phenomenon, we need more environmental and sustainable clear objectives. What are hybrid buildings? What do they present? Currently, the potential for hybrid buildings has taken a real evolutive urban concept, in relation, and as a consequence of economics, lack of open spaces, spatial contemporary concepts with the urban prerequisites has increased the overall value of urban future zones. This paper explores the design concepts of structured hybrid buildings as a creative interdependence between science, art, architecture and human development. Hence, in addition this paper explores the possibility of urban patterns and trans functional compositions of structured hybrid buildings. Structure and functionality of future hybrid buildings will be manifested with many possibilities, moreover we argue that within a few decades a more fundamental step in human development will occur, especially in architecture, art and science. Moreover, there is a great potential for further development of future contemporary trends, on architectural structures, with different conceptual objectives, mentalities, habits and the style of living? Art, architecture, science, and human development, hereafter will need a more symbiotic bond! This merge, this new symbiosis of hybridization, will generate a new identity of architectural distinctiveness, and different features will reappear at certain levels of functionalities by which are linked to contentious interdependence of each other. Thus, we conclude that the hybrid building structures present unique challenges with overall varieties, which are both possible and desirable, therefore, hybrid building structures can evolve in different dimensions as per today presented. Ergo, we argue that hybrid building structures will offer more sustainable affinities between: profit, cultural, social, and human development in coming decades.