“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

GEOME3/A101 Block city Moscow RU, competition 2010

the cityscape is formed by various elements, the GEOME3 proposal is a micro city arranged by almost elementar architectural geometry, present in cities worldwide. block, slab and tower: Square/solidity, stability, trust /, Circle/infinity, perfection, harmony/, Point /dynamism, significance for orientation/ are forming the block of the new century. Renaissance/orthogonal/, Baroque/oblique/, Gothic/vertical/ united in the basics … Continue reading

vlna 68 – 84/wave 68 – 84 Mladí slovenskí architekti / Young Slovak Architects

Wave 68-84 maps the architectural production of the young generation of Slovak architects and analyzes this group, classified by their age, through the critical texts of Hans Ibelings/NL, Ivan Gürtler/SK, Maria Topolčanská/SK and Imro Vaško/SK and evaluates the state of young architecture based on a sample of 108 selected projects and 41 architects and architectural … Continue reading

20 AFTER 20 CZ-SK / DVACET PO DVACETI CZ-SK

20 AFTER 20 CZ-SK / DVACET PO DVACETI CZ-SK Czech-slovak exhibition presenting the creative approach and the way of thinking of young architects. The project introduced 20 Czech and 20 Slovak architects and studios, whose origins are dated in the year 1989 and later. Instead of a conventional project presentation, the real works were shown – … Continue reading

Garden house, Orava SK, study 2004

In the project “garden house” for an artist, we searched for unification of tradition and modernity, with focus on the most interrelated nature and house relationship. kids/parents/kitchen /family/restroom *Modern* embrace *tradition*. A traditional hipped roof becomes the main nave of the family cathedral. All the surrounding spaces are heating up its interior core. In single … Continue reading

DUBAI RACING WORLD, urban study, UAE 2005

Dubai RACING WORLD ® A city for 150 000 inhabitants. City/ architecture/ joy/ illusion/ formality? Formula 1 racing tracks city. Urban utopias of future, has been always connected to industrial progress of society. Since the invention of car, we struggle with urban euphoria of speed, time and accessibility. We propose a city, where transport is senseless; … Continue reading

BENETTON Headquarters , Tehran Iran, competition 2009

“Carpet-weaving is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished manifestations of Persian culture and art, and dates back to ancient Persia. In 2008, Iran’s export of hand-woven carpets was $420 million. There is an estimated population of 1.2 million weavers in Iran producing carpets for domestic markets and international export. In recent times Iranian carpets have … Continue reading

CHICAGO Sea of holes/Mine the gap competition

In Chicago, yet another real-estate megalo-vision falls victim to the “crisis” and leaves behind nothing but a hole in the ground. But this hole is not alone. All over the world, the collection of cancelled projects is growing larger week. Architectural history itself consists widely of “holes”, virtual buildings that never saw the light of … Continue reading

Axiom MOSQUE/design as reform competition, 2nd round finalist 2010

Axiom of unity: Islamic architecture heavily depends on engineering and aesthetic principles. ROBOTA propose an “open dome” defined only by its developing columns. Pillars, as symbols of world of religion, and significant structural elements of architecture. At the early stages of mosque architecture, columns had been built by using the trunks of palm trees. In … Continue reading