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Residental Building 7-4 / Arhipolis

  • 01:00 - 4 December, 2009
Residental Building 7-4 / Arhipolis
Residental Building 7-4 / Arhipolis, © Arhipolis
© Arhipolis

© Arhipolis © Arhipolis © Arhipolis © Arhipolis +13

  • Architects

  • Location

    Split, Croatia
  • Architects In Charge

    Neno Kezić, Nora Roje
  • Project Team

    Neno Kezić, Nora Roje, Josip Katalinić, Matea Marinović
  • Structure

    Grading-Projekt
  • Hvac

    Tub
  • Electrical

    Elektro-klima projekt
  • Client

    Elanija
  • Budget

    7,000,000 Euro
  • Area

    9000.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2006
  • Photographs

From the architect. The masses, as defined by the master plan, form the U-shaped cross section with the mass of garage, and form a united whole. “Add-on” balconies dynamize the composition and represent a spatial extension of the mass. The reflection in folded balcony surfaces provides visual alternations to the structures appearance, depending on the time of the day and weather conditions.

© Arhipolis
© Arhipolis

At the same time, different shapes of balconies signify and creates unique appearance of the single balcony, identifying particular apartment.

© Arhipolis
© Arhipolis
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13 Comments

Doug · December 08, 2009

Yikes - this looks like a Kafka-esque complex where you never get your bearings and snipers lay in wait. Imagine when it rains how the water will flow. I have a feeling its not pretty for more than a few of the occupants.

Thomas · December 07, 2009

I bet all you whiners are architecture students. Reality will hit you guys very hard some day.

INawe · December 08, 2009 08:38 AM

What reality are YOU talking about? This building is so mundane and boring I think it is safe to say that most practicing can do much better than this project. The banality kills me.

Second Rate · December 07, 2009 05:31 AM

No necessarily...been there doing that. If anything, we (the whiners) are so tired of working on projects where the only thing that seems to matter any longer is a skin job. I think the whiners have a right to whine about the direction of the discourse.

ryan knock · December 05, 2009

"At the same time, different shapes of balconies signify and creates unique appearance of the single balcony, identifying particular apartment."

yeah, I don't need to give you the apartment number ... mines the one that starts bending to the south at 8 feet.

this is awful.

Goldschmidt R · December 05, 2009

Don't worry mr, Cheap, this masterpice will can be watch at the Orodos soon ;)

Mr. Cheap · December 05, 2009

Only showing the outside is meaningless when it comes to architecture. Don't publish this kind of rubbish.

gesu · December 05, 2009

Ho la sensazione che qualcuno non sa
Molto male

gesu · December 05, 2009

Ho la sensazione che qualcuno non sa come usare i materiali!

costa · December 05, 2009

Oh my god ! What is this?
This is what Croatia has to offer?
Nightmare in metal sheets!

pal · December 05, 2009

That's fine to see sometimes a house where the windows are over each other!

Second Rate · December 05, 2009

Great interior Shots! Ummmmm...

mARCo · December 05, 2009

The used of metal in the balconies is a dimostretion of the material's knowledge of the planner...it's very good the mutable condition of the complex visual defined by the light exposition...

john avlakiotis · December 05, 2009

At first I thought this was a 3D rendering.
Sadly, it is a real building.
I find it MONSTEROUS.

mARCo · December 05, 2009 03:45 AM

Monsterous in positive or in negative???

fz · December 05, 2009

strava,pa je li ovaj normalan!!!
Ovi balkoni !? metalne kade objesene na fasdadu
Grozno!

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