The author’s position in this project is defined through the notion of mimicry, and the capacity to merge with the image of the landscape in order to preserve the continuity of the existing landscape. The volume of the object disappears in the double articulation of the wall. On one side, it represents a stone division wall, an artefact and a solid structure. On the other side, it represents a screen and an interface of communication. In contrast with the hard structure of the inner volume, this combination of glass and aluminium curtains forms the facade, reflecting the softness of the seascape.
Authors: MIT-ARH; Branislav Mitrović and Siniša Tatalović
Co-author: Ognjen Krašna
Photos: Relja Ivanić
Year of completion: 2017
Location: Budva, Montenegro
Total area: 2567.86 m2
Site area: 3157.16 m2
Text provided by the architects.