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Palic Lake Hotel & Spa Complex 

competition, 2014.

Collaboration: . . Pavle Stamenovic, Dusan Stojanovic, Dejan Milanovic, Jelena Kuzmanovic, Zarko Uzelac, Dalia Dukanac

ECO GREEN VILLAGE - MILD HOME HOUSING UNITS
 The position that is represented in this project examines the issue of sustainability of architectural space using two key notions: ecology + economy. Alternative definitions and interpretations of these two notions can offer new understanding of the concept of sustainable building of architecture. In this sense, ecology is considered a practice that deals with the relations of humans to one another and at the same time to their physical surroundings. Therefore, ecology implies social interactions. Economy is considered as careful management of available resources. However, the economy is also a relational activity, which implies diverse interaction between people (in sharing resources).
 Spatial concept is based on an architectural ambition for all housing units to achieve a direct contact with the ground. Such spatial configuration enables specific programmatic resolutions, that can be determined by the residents. These solutions  are not predesigned, but one could anticipate them. The logic of housing that is in the immediate link with the ground is different from living in the building. Then, part of the soil that is at residents’ disposal is becoming an area of everyday life, becoming a yard, a garden, greenhouse for growing food, or a small production, and in relation to the communal space of the neighborhood. (Ecology + Economy) 
 Unit is designed as a multi-storey spatial configuration which can vary in plan and disposition in living functions, and also trough time, depending on the needs.
Variability over time is seen as one of the key aspects of sustainable living, so the project is structurally designed so that it allows you to add additional/extra living space - loft and garden.
 In accordance with the task of competition, in terms of materiality and materials, this project is led by logic of context and environmentalism for the object of architecture. The project is designed so that the most effective way to accept the circumstances in which it arises to the adjustment for optimum architectural situation. Specifically, this solution combines two approaches: environmental logic of using materials that are available in situ and suitable for the construction in the circumstances, (and therefore economically affordable), and the logic of the use of sustainable energy sources through the use of modern technologies.

ECO GREEN VILLAGE - MILD HOME HOUSING UNITS

 The position that is represented in this project examines the issue of sustainability of architectural space using two key notions: ecology + economy. Alternative definitions and interpretations of these two notions can offer new understanding of the concept of sustainable building of architecture. In this sense, ecology is considered a practice that deals with the relations of humans to one another and at the same time to their physical surroundings. Therefore, ecology implies social interactions. Economy is considered as careful management of available resources. However, the economy is also a relational activity, which implies diverse interaction between people (in sharing resources).

 Spatial concept is based on an architectural ambition for all housing units to achieve a direct contact with the ground. Such spatial configuration enables specific programmatic resolutions, that can be determined by the residents. These solutions  are not predesigned, but one could anticipate them. The logic of housing that is in the immediate link with the ground is different from living in the building. Then, part of the soil that is at residents’ disposal is becoming an area of everyday life, becoming a yard, a garden, greenhouse for growing food, or a small production, and in relation to the communal space of the neighborhood. (Ecology + Economy

 Unit is designed as a multi-storey spatial configuration which can vary in plan and disposition in living functions, and also trough time, depending on the needs.

Variability over time is seen as one of the key aspects of sustainable living, so the project is structurally designed so that it allows you to add additional/extra living space - loft and garden.

 In accordance with the task of competition, in terms of materiality and materials, this project is led by logic of context and environmentalism for the object of architecture. The project is designed so that the most effective way to accept the circumstances in which it arises to the adjustment for optimum architectural situation. Specifically, this solution combines two approaches: environmental logic of using materials that are available in situ and suitable for the construction in the circumstances, (and therefore economically affordable), and the logic of the use of sustainable energy sources through the use of modern technologies.

eco green village-MILD home housing,competition project, award

Dusan Stojanovic, Pavle Stamenovic, Zarko Uzelac

consultant: Katarina Obradovic

EUROPAN 12 competition project KAGRAN Wien, Austria TR: Pavle Stamenovic (RS) - architect AS: Dunja Predic (AT) - architect, Dusan Stojanovic (RS) - architect, Zarko Uzelac (RS) - architect
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EUROPAN 12 competition project KAGRAN Wien, Austria TR: Pavle Stamenovic (RS) - architect AS: Dunja Predic (AT) - architect, Dusan Stojanovic (RS) - architect, Zarko Uzelac (RS) - architect

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RTS Memorial. competition project, 2013.

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Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB)

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Architecture in translation: Project for Kalev Sports Hall 

Pavle Stamenovic, Jelena Mitrovic, Davor Eres

 

[…] To translate is to move. In order to grasp any architectural idea in fullest, it is inevitable to move from the state of former architectural ambition to the state of contingency of today. This intervention presumes method of translation as a tool to expose envisaged spatiality of this specific object of architecture in scope of its contemporary conditions and potentials. Translation is therefore perceived as a procedure that enables movement of architectural body and thought. By enforcing this spatial tool, object is exposed to time. This departure provokes new sense for architecture.

Proposed appearance of Kalev Sports Hall is at least 60% lighter than the existing object. This effect of reduction is a direct consequence of translation. Translation and reduction open questions about the notions of scale, boundaries and purpose. Project aims to extend phenomenal approach to a single object of architecture by creating a possibility to invent a style-free floating form, open towards spatial and programmatic contingencies of present urban - natural landscape. […]

Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB) Curators’ Exhibition 

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Architecture in TranslationPavle Stamenovic, Jelena Mitrovic, Davor Eres 

 

 

 

 

The ROCK , park, belgrade, competition 2013, first prize

BITEF square, belgrade, competition, third prize

city garden, belgrade, competition, 2013. first prize

pavle stamenovic, dusan stojanovic, zarko uzelac + ana sulkic, hristina tosic

exhibition : architecture salon 2013, belgrade

happy holidays!

happy holidays!

slavija underground square, belgrade

competition proposal 2012 http://issuu.com/paul.stam/docs/slavija_booklet

davor eres, dusan stojanovic, pavle stamenovic

support: zarko uzelac, maja morosan, janja franeta