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Author and main designer: Mustafa Musić
Associate designers: Ela Nešić, Vanja Panić, Aleksandra Kirn, Jelena Krupež, Mirjana Todorović, Boris Vasović
Design bureau: «ZENIT – engineering», Belgrade
Large settlements outside of Belgrade city – center, regardless of New Belgrade and its parts, are exclusively excluded from architecture which should be significant from every point of view. The reason for this could be found in insufficient location’s price or scarce attractiveness to investors. Is it not that the architect should use every opportunity to move the limits of thinking and try to make each ambience better than it was before his involvement? We decided to show you here one more design by the same author, Mr Mustafa Music, Belgrade architect whose designs we have already started to publish as of previous issue. The design of the commercial object is directly contrasted to the already mentioned common architectural understanding of outskirts.
The author says on the design’s concept: “Form of the object was derived from fitting into the context at the same time with formation of functional usage scheme creating in that way a contemporary declaration. Observing all three shaped treated sides of the object, it is perceived that the object “clothes itself“in a specific broken membrane which is separated and cut by horizontal belts. In this way, the object became dynamic and interesting with ability for transformation during the day because of the fact that game of the shadows plays a significant role in an overall experience.“