Ivan Filipivoc has shared with us this preliminary project for a crafts center in Zagreb, Croatia. Deriving its inspiration from one of the oldest crafts – blacksmithing, the architecture bears a strong symbolism to this act of making.
More on the project after the break.
The Architectural Association (AA) visiting school Mittelmeerland, a program of AA’s School of Architecture, is seeking architecture students and young professionals to participate in the 10-day architectural research workshop in Dubrovnik, Croatia from January 31st – February 10th. Mittelmeerland will investigate the future of the Mediterranean as a territory and sustainable waterfronts.
The deadline for application is January 10th 2011.
More information after the break.
3LHD recently shared with us this video of Zamet Centre. The film combines photographs by Domagoj Blazevic, Damir Fabijanic, 3LHD archive, aerial footage from Hrg, and videographers Mladen Kostanjsek and Marko Stanic. Directed by Vladislav Knezevic, the video editor was Mario Kalogjera and the sound design was done by Vjeran Salamon.
For a full article on Zamet Centre, images and drawings check out our feature here.
Think Space serves as a platform for spatial experimentation and exchange of conceptual ideas. Each cycle lasts a calendar year and is constituted by four competitions under the annual theme determined by a guest curator. Each competition brief is formulated by a juror who is proposed by the guest curator and the organizing committee. At the end of the cycle a conference will be held in Zagreb under the annual theme along with the Award ceremony.
The Think Space program aims to bring together world renown and established figures with emerging voices (students and professionals) within the fields of architecture, landscape, design, the arts and the humanities.
The first competition brief developed by juror Mr Shohei Shigematsu of OMA New York, within the Think Space: Borders program challenges architects, designers and other participants to rethink Urban Borders.
Details of this first competition and complete information on the programme can be found on the official website.
Architects: Ivanisin & Kabashi Arhitekti
Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Project Architects: Krunoslav Ivanisin, Lulzim Kabashi
Collaborators: Iva Ivas, Mario Matic, Maja Milat
Structure: SMAGRA, Miljenko Srkoc
Construction Pit Protection: Ibrahim Jasarevic
Project Area: 23,922 sqm (Car Park) & 1,997 sqm (Sports Hall)
Project Year: 2005-2009
Photographs: Danko Vucinovic, Roel Backaert
The desire of a young married couple with two children was to have a house of modern expression that takes elements of local architecture. The architects were able to accomplish this by material selection of natural concrete, rough stone, aluminum, pine wood, glass, and through form and local spatial solutions, large porch and central fireplace. This design creates space that provides privacy while emphasizing the best view to the landscape.
Follow the break for more photographs and drawings of this project.
Architects: Studio za arhitekturu d.o.o.
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Collaborators: Bernarda Silov, Morana Vlahović, Tajana Derenčinović Jelčić, Andreja Dodig, Petar Reić, Simona Sović Štos, Zorana Zdjelar
Contractor: Tehnika d.d.
Structure: Studio K d.o.o.
Mechanical Installations: Arhingtrade d.o.o.
Electrical Installations: Arhingtrade d.o.o.
Sewage and Water Supply: Arhingtrade d.o.o.
Fire protection: IB-inženjering Belobrajić d.o.o.
Acoustics: AVC d.o.o.
Project area: 18,000 sqm
Project year: 1999 – 2009
Photographs: Sandro Lendler, Filip Beusan, Jasenko Rasol, Studio HRG, Damir Fabijanic
Location: Zagreb Lucko, Hrvatska, Croatia
Investor: Stipić Grupa
Author: UPI-2M – Vedran Jukic, Berislav Medic, Alan Leo Plestina
Architectural Design: UPI-2M – Vedran Jukic, Alan Leo Plestina, Ivan Cikes
Structural Design: UPI-2M – Hrvoje Mihal, Marko Đuran, Tomislav Iličkovic, Goran Janjuš, Darko Makar, Ivan Peso, Ivan Habuš
Project area: 2,500 sqm
Photographs: Davor Konjikusic, Petar Petrovski, Vanja Solin, Zvonimir Katancic
Vedran Pedišić, (SANGRAD architects), Emil Špirić, Erick Velasco Farrera and Juan Jose Nunez Andrade (AVP_arhitekti) have submitted their competition proposal for the University of Zadar Library in Zagreb, Croatia. The project received was awarded with an honorable mention. Images of the proposal and the architect’s description after the break.
Architects: UPI-2M / Nenad Borgudan, Tamara Stantic Brcic, Berislav Medic, Alan Leo Plestina
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Project Team: ALAN LEO PLESTINA, Lic.Arch., TAMARA STANTIĆCBRČIĆ, Lic.Arch., NENAD BORGUDAN, Arch., SANJA TUSEK, Arch., ANAMARIA PLESTINA, Arch., KREŠO CERAJ, Lic.Ceng., MARKO ĐURAN, Constr.Techn., NEVENA KUZMANIC, Arch., DINKO UGLESIC, Arch., IVAN CIKES, Lic.Arch., VEDRAN JUKIC, Lic.Arhc.,IVICA ZMIŠA, Arch.Student, MARKO NIKIC, Arch.Student., REA GIASCHI, Civil Eng. Student
Structural Design: BERISLAV MEDIC, Lic.Ceng., GORAN JANJUS, Lic.Ceng., HRVOJE MIHAL, Lic.Ceng., ANDREJ MARKOVIC, Lic.Ceng., DARKO MAKAR, Constr.Techn., TOMISLAV ILIČKOVIC,Ceng., RUZICA PALIJAN, Lic.Ceng., HRVOJE SARIC, Constr.Techn.
Project Area: 90,340 sqm
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Davor Konjikusic, Robert Les, Vanja Solin, Tomislav Ilickovic, UPI-2M, Miljenko Hegedic