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Pediatric Clinic in East Africa on Design Addict and Archdaily

Pediatric Clinic, East Africa

size:from27m2 | status:competition
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Responsive solutions in building industry are normally associated with high budgets. In contrast, this is a low-cost application of adaptable architecture. Proposed design is not site specific; it is configured to suite different surroundings and varied demands. For practical reasons, it is based on the use of a single component designed for infinite growth within a recursive geometric pattern. Read more

Palilula Green Market

location:Belgrade | size:3096m2 | status:competition

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The competition brief called for an architectural solution for the public space with the changing use throughout the day. Exactly the topic we would choose to work with. According to the brief, green market was to occupy the place in the morning hours, and in the afternoon and evening this was meant to become a public square where different forms of street art would unfold and people would gather and socialize. We thought that either/or strategy doesn’t work, that market and any form of social or cultural activity would work much better in synergy and have developed proposal which provided for simultaneous events. Read more


location:Venice | size:220m2 | status:proposal

Table tennis is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight, hollow ball back and forth with rackets. The game takes place on a hard table divided by a net. Play is fast and demands quick reactions. A skilled player can impart several varieties of spin to the ball, altering its trajectory and limiting an opponent’s options to great advantage. Points are scored when a player fails to return the ball within the rules. Nevertheless, table tennis is not only a completive sport; it is also a way of recreation and socialization present in a number of different environments. Read more

Five Kindergartens

location:Belgrade | size:5350m2 | status:competition Honorable mention at the competition to design five kindergartens in Belgrade, organized by city authorities for development and investment. The challenge was to develop a proposal within the cost estimate not exceeding eight hundred euros per square meter, and the design confined to limited choice of materials and construction techniques set by the developer. Read more

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