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Apartment 67 / EXE STUDIO

  • 00:00 - 29 May, 2011
Apartment 67 / EXE STUDIO
Apartment 67 / EXE STUDIO, © Milan Radovanović
© Milan Radovanović

© Milan Radovanović © Milan Radovanović © Milan Radovanović © Milan Radovanović + 17

  • Architects

  • Location

    Belgrade, Serbia
  • Project Team

    Andreja Mitrović, Tijana Lapčević
  • Collaborators

    Marija Lapčević, Aleksandar Mitrović
  • Area

    69.0 m2
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. 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
© 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.

© Milan Radovanović
© Milan Radovanović

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
© 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
© Milan Radovanović

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Cite: "Apartment 67 / EXE STUDIO" 29 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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