Although our design proposal for the Supreme Court was awarded second place in the competition, we were honored to have Petrit Pasha oversee the supervision and implementation of the final building. The challenge of designing the highest court in Kosovo was immense, as meeting all safety regulations was a top priority.

In the final design, we arranged the court area to face towards the public spaces, while the security area was located on the backside. This approach not only enhanced security but also created a welcoming and accessible space for the public. The architecture followed a contemporary and modern approach, reflecting the importance of the Supreme Court as a symbol of justice and democracy.

Despite not winning first place in the competition, we were proud of our contribution to the project and the final result, which has become a landmark in the region. Our team worked tirelessly to ensure that every detail of the design met the highest standards of quality and functionality, and we are honored to have been a part of this important project.

Overall, the Supreme Court project was a challenging yet rewarding experience that highlighted the importance of collaboration, innovation, and attention to detail. The final result is a testament to the dedication and expertise of everyone involved and serves as a symbol of justice and democracy in Kosovo.