Apartment 67 / EXE STUDIO

© Milan Radovanović

Architects: EXE STUDIO
Location: , Serbia
Project Team: Andreja Mitrović, Tijana Lapčević
Collaborators: Marija Lapčević, Aleksandar Mitrović
Project year: 2010
Project area: 69 sqm
Photographs: Milan Radovanović

Apartment 67 is located in one of the New Belgrade’s blocks. It’s designed for a female student of business school. All surfaces in the apartment are rendered in white, emphasizing the contrast of black and green elements.

© Milan Radovanović

The central element in this interior is a big black box, placed between the living-room and the kitchen, which separates these two functional zones. A multifunctional element is used as a TV stand on one side and the other as a cover for kitchen elements.Hexagonally designed elements penetrate the box.

Floor Plan

These elements are placed on the wall, on the ceiling and on the box, which they connect in one structure. Elements actually have three functions: shelves, lighting and masks.

© Milan Radovanović

Every hexagon element with lighting function contains two lamps with colored filters. A group of these lamps creates special dramatic effect and highlights displays. The whole apartment atmosphere can be changed by these effects – from bright and warm yellow colored light to cold blue colored light.

© Milan Radovanović

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Cite: "Apartment 67 / EXE STUDIO" 29 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 28 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=137975>
  • Milan

    It’s nice to see project like this in Serbia. I’m from Belgrade and I congradulate to my colleagues for beautiful place. Nice work!

    P.S.
    I like the name of the studio! Does it have anyting to do with .exe file extension, becouse these files can be corrupted? :)

  • bratislav ilic

    Bravo majstori!! :))

  • Nina

    Well done Andrija! Very proud of you and my flat!
    I don’t think i ever want to change my architect!;)

  • Miljan Cvijetić

    Nice work

  • arjwan kambaraki

    I really loved the whole idea of it <3 good job :) keep it up ppl