Taichung city cultural centre, GATE, Taichung,ch, competition 2013

According to the program brief we imagine two buildings, bridging over the park entrance. Like a modern time crown tree alley. Separated, yet forming a commune space. Two “houses”, grown into one, in a dialogue of form and function, two components inevitably close in universe of mankind.   A grading experience of art and knowledge, … Continue reading

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BELгородok a sustainible housing block, Belgorod, ru, competition 2013

Public square is the platform for human interaction, therefore we introduce a project of multiple urban plazas with defined programmatic plurality.   Although public square served as an opportunity to exercise the power of rulers with military processions and parades. Monuments to important predecessors were erected and revolutions or contra-revolutions were staged. The squares became … Continue reading

STVANICE, island of sports & recreation “NEVERLAND”, PRAGUE cz, competition 2013

Neverland In the 21st century we may argue the effectiveness of city’s urbanization efforts. In most cases, the landscape as well as the character of the town succumbs to their higher principles occupants. How can developments, however, create a paradox, where the original green landscape remains an equal partner with mutual battle for prestige? Our … Continue reading

ROBOTA award winning Piraeus Cultural Coast – Museum of Underwater Antiquities, Greece, competition 2013

>Traverses/Temples/Exhibition The entire museum exhibition program fits into silo’s tubular superstructure. To interfere with the silo’s vertical structured space, we propose its horizontal counterpart, in from of wall to wall traverses. They are room components of 5, 10, and 15 meter height. Almost temples alike inside the silo grid, the museum traverses announce the visitor … Continue reading

THYSSENKRUPP disaster prevention and education centre >SYNERGY< , TURKEY, competition 2011

>architecture and urbanism A basic Cartesian building is suddenly animated by internal program event, its evidence on the facade observe a new status of synergy, almost as if natural forces become managed by human construction skills of the 21. century. It simple yet complex appearance contributes to awareness of natural causality yet becomes a playful … Continue reading

BUSAN OPERA HOUSE, KOREA, competition 2011

ROBOTA  designs for Busan’s harbour a new cultural anchor point. coming soon

GEOME3 AT LOUISIANA MUSEUM

Robota’s GEOME3 housing block is now presented among other 173 projects at the LIVING exhibition at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art/DK/opening June 1st-closing October 2nd An endless number of different cities can be built by simply replacing blocks with others. In the Block City the products of the Designer City are made affordable for … Continue reading

ESCALERA URBANA, hostel Barcelona, Spain, competition 2011

As a never-ending path of a backpacker, the ESCALERA URBANA© rises from the city to the clouds, even further than the lands horizon. Designed for housing Barcelona’s “observation”,  ESCALERA URBANA links the city’s mixed typology into its skies.   The building program is divided into two special program partitions, of equivalent surface amount. The roof … Continue reading

“TRIBUNE”, Betonhala waterfront center Belgrad , competition 2011

the scope of TRIBUNE is to use the opportunity of the Sava riverbank, in order to create an additional event plaza. Instead of a common urban building collection with a promenade, our proposal engage the pedestrians to perform within  the “architectural” landscape. TRIBUNE rises upon the Beton Hala as a 3Dimensional square, covering the planned … Continue reading

ZGP gallery Plzen CZ, competition 2009

The competition plot area, is the main entrance gate to the Plzen city. In the same time, it is an equivalent of an deserted island, stranded phantom parking, just captured inside the anticipated local tram traffic loop of its less significant urban surrounds. In order to delineate the  urban character of the ZGP, our proposal … Continue reading