Erona Bexheti (07.09.1998) is a young Macedonian who is now living in Pristina, Kosovo. She graduated Master of Technical Sciences – Architecture, from the University of Prishtina “Hasan Prishtina”, Faculty of Architecture, in September 2021. Her passion for meeting people of different nationalities or backgrounds and visiting new places has led her to take part in different architecture festivals, architecture conferences, youth forums and workshops in her country and abroad, which have allowed her to become a great team player and taught her how to function well in fast-paces and deadline-driven environments.
During her studies, she was an Erasmus+ exchange student in Riga, Latvia, in Riga Technical University – Faculty of Architecture. This experience had a great impact on her life professionally, socially and culturally. She collaborated with Riga City Council Development Department and professional architecture ateliers in three projects regarding the development of the city, landscape architecture, documentation of territories and buildings, preservation of protected nature and parks, as well as creation of multi-functional public spaces. She also participated in EASA – European Architecture Students Assembly in Switzerland in 2019, taking part in a workshop whose purpose was reviewing the territory of Villars-sur-Ollon, having an intimate encounter and creating a shared memory of the place.
In September 2021, she participated in the international summer school “Informal City: Temporal-Autonomous Utopias”, organized by the University of Ljubljana – Academy of Fine Arts and Design, in cooperation with the Municipality of Koper, Kulturno umetniško društvo C3 and Architectuul. Her scientific paper “Architecture in Epidemic/Pandemic Conditions: Towards a Protocol for the Resilient City” was published in the 1st International Conference Healthy Urban Environment 2021 – “Making Healthy Cities for People. Education, research, practice in planning, architecture and engineering” in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in October 2021. She is currently working as a researcher/architect at MODERNe – The Initiative for the Assessment, Protection and Promotion of Modern Heritage in Kosovo. She conducted her research about the modern public spaces in Kosovo.