Posts Tagged ‘Belgrade’
Friday, June 8th, 2012
Article source: Studio Méta-
Porosis Pavilion is a temporary mobile pavilion located in Belgrade, Serbia. The space of pavilion is inspired by the porous condition of bone. Bone consists of cellular structure in voronoi system which is rigid and stable. The pavilion allows experiencing the porosity through the combination between the space and the structure. The density of voronoi structure defines space for the temporary exhibition, as it is denser in the enclosed back space of the pavilion and opens up towards the front with less dense structure. The structure itself defines the facade aesthetic of the pavilion.
- Architects: Studio Méta-
- Project: Porosis Pavilion
- Location: Belgrade, Serbia
- Client : Arhitekton Magazine & Kingspan Company
- Project architect : Jaenes Bong
- Project team : Jonathan Alotto, Sam Cho
- Area : 43m2
- Max. height : 4.2m
- Software used : Autocad, Rhinoceros, Monkey Script, Cinema4D
Friday, June 24th, 2011
Article source: Studio Alfirevic
Proposed design promotes an idea of visual and functional merging of the newly designed part with the existing Beton Hala building, to create a unique center for exhibition and commercial use in Belgrade, which also communicates in a mimetic way with Kalemegdan fortress and Sava river’s waterfront.
Night View from Fortress
- Architect: Studio Alfirevic
- Name of Project: Beton-hala Waterfront Center
- Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Monday, February 7th, 2011
Z&Z Studios have submitted a proposal for a public promenade in Belgrade, Serbia. Recent research shows that on the average foreign tourist question — what is it that it leaves the biggest impression when you visit Belgrade — in 95% of cases will tell you – people or citizens of Belgrade.
Bearing in mind this fact, the guiding idea of this project and have just been – the people.
New Belgrade large terraces are designed at the same time as new symbol of entering the old town and as a final solution for direct links between the two historical entities – Kosancicev venac and old Sava river port, tourist port Belgrade today.
The big challenge was at the same time to respect the old background ambient atmosphere, and the buildings of modern architecture.
Monday, January 24th, 2011
The atelier RTA-Office, managed by the architect Santiago Parramón, got an Honorable Mention for his project Block 39, Centre for the promotion of Science in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia. Jury reponse: the project of Santiago Parramón is “an excellent urban and architectural solution, with exceptional and innovative approach!”
Block 39 concept view
- Architect: RTA-OFFICE
- Project location: Belgrade, Serbia
- Year: 2010
- Client: Ministry of Science and Technological development
- Organizers: Association of Architects of Serbia and Association Architects of Belgrade
- Site type: Urban
- Site Area: 11,66 ha
- Building Area: 20.915 m2
- Total gross Building Area: 13.998 m2
- Garage and Parking Area: 3.000 m2
- Outdoor Area: 2.650 m2
- Designed by: Jaime Parramón&Associats, RTA-Office
- Design team: Santiago Parramón, Simona Assiero Brá, Mariana Rapela, Miguel Villachá, Luisa Garcia, Eduardo Vacotto
- Award: Honorable Mention
- Type: Cultural – Museum – Exhibition Center – Educational and Business Centre – Gallery – Science Club – Planetarium – Restaurant.
- Annual number of visitors: 100.000 – 300.000. 500.000 in 5 year’s time.
- Daily number of visitors: expectation: 200 visitors during a workday in September, 2000 during a weekend in May.
- Construction Materials: in situ structures of reinforced concrete (high strength and long life. Reduce CO2 emissions by 60% during its production). Building’s skin (90%) is Black Steel Recycling ANR (it contains 80% recycled raw material, has zero carbon, thus reducing CO2 emissions). Over 30% of the rest of the building materials are recycled source, reducing the environmental impacts of industry, mining and processing of raw materials.
- Budget: 15 millions euros