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post updated 16 October 2021
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Kindergarten in Bijelo Polje, eastern Montenegro – 9 Oct 2013
Design: Rifat Alihodzic, arhing_ar
photo : Luka Bošković
A diagonal brace, domineering two sides of the cube, was made for a reason and so it became a dominating element of a building structure. It is because the kindergarten, consisting of basement+ground floor+one floor, should be located near the existing building, consisting of more floors (ground floor+4 floors).
Gasulhana, Hatme & Mevlud Central Building, Bijelo Polje – 22 Jul 2013
Design: Rifat Alihodzic
photo from architect
The building is designed to be a place where deceased is taken care of in a religious sense, the place greeting and serving friends when they express condolence, the place of religious prayer of the deceased. Basic philosophical theme which was taken as the archetype of the spatial and compositional concepts, is the equal treatment between the state of birth, life and death. Three cubes, identical in their desing, allegorically are three essential conditions of each person in the life cycle.
Neckom Offices & Showroom, Niksic
Design: RE:A.C.T + Foka & Bumbar
photo : Anka Gardasevic
Neckom Offices & Showroom – 27 Jun 2013
“Neckom offices and showroom” is situated at the very special location marking the entrance to the city of Niksic, Montenegro. Flanked by the beautiful and dramatic landscape of stone hills, the site is exposed and highly visible, so the new object had to be inserted in a very delicate way.
Montenegro Architecture Competition
Boka Artist Residence Architecture Competition, Bay of Kotor
picture from design contest organiser
Montenegro Architecture Competition – 13 Sep 2012
International Architecture Competition for a site on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast, launched by Sinestezia, an architecture studio based in Belgrade and Paris. The architecture competition site is on the Adriatic Bay of Kotor, close to two international airports.
Montenegro Building – Recent Design
Lido Mar, Porto Montenegro, Tivat
Design: Studio RHE
photograph : Manuel Vazquez
Lido Mar Porto Montenegro – 15 Nov 2011
An 80m infinity edged swimming pool built out over the Adriatic terminated with a Jaume Plensa sculpture provided a spectacular new centre piece to the new ‘Lido Mar’ building and a new venue for Porto Montenegro. The architects designed the new structure to sit inside an existing ex–Yugoslavian Navy submarine dry dock at Porto Montenegro a new marina development set within the dramatic bay of Kotor on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast.
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Design: ReardonSmith Architects
image : Lisa Blaxall
Described as a “transformational” development for Montenegro, the phase completing this summer includes waterfront apartments and luxury residences, restaurants, cafés and first class berthing and associated marina facilities for superyachts and smaller craft. The architects were appointed to masterplan, design and realise not only a premier destination for superyachts in Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor, but a small town that would attract land-based holiday makers and local people.
Montenegro Luxury Resort design
Design: Make architects
CGI : Make
Montenegro Luxury Resort – design by make
Montenegro has a fast growing tourist industry, buoyed by the country’s appearance in the recent James Bond movie ‘Casino Royal’ and exclusive beach performances by Madonna and the Rolling Stones. The number of visitors to the area is expected to triple over the next six years; Make’s winning Montenegro Resort design targets the upper echelons of this market.
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Location: Montenegro, south east Europe
Building Developments in Countries close to Montenegro
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photo : Tamás Bujnovszky, János Szentiváni, Hans Molenkamp
Bosnia and Herzegovina Buildings
rendering : Rok Vettorazzi
picture © COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
photograph : Lisa Rastl
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