Takovska 1, Belgrade
Ksenija Bulatović, Vesna Cagić Milošević
This building represents a contemporary, neo-modern palace, built by contemporary principles and materials. The shape of the building originates from a very complex surrounding, complex in terms of its structure and historical significance.
This was an attempt to respect the urban matrix with a new meaning. The corner is emphasized with a desire to highlight the position of the building in the central urban tissue of Belgrade, in Takovska street, one of the main traffic roads. This building presents the announcement of a new urban structure in the classic city blocks, a structure that mixes resident and business purposes.
By intertwining drafts of metric structure, a game between the empty and full layout is achieved.
Materials: aluminium frames, high-efficency glass, stone facade panels and concrete-reinforced construction.