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Betula Design Center, Kotor

Architectural concept for the new office building “Betula Design Center” in Kotor (Montenegro) is inspired by elegance and translucence of the birch-tree (lat.betula alba). The building base is elongated trapezoid, southwest-southeast orientation, transferred across ground floor and 2 upper floors. The floors are formed around the greened semi-atrium. Given that the upper floors were designed for office spaces, the aim was to create visual barrier against the surrounding (storages, busy road) whilst allowing natural light to penetrate the interior. This was achieved with a semi-transparent perforated panels which created authentic, ventilated façade surface.

Credits

Architecture
Studio Synthesis architecture&design

Lead Designer
Sonja Radovic Jelovac

Design Team
Marija Lukic, Danijela Mijajlovic

Construction supervision
Haris Ljuca

Collaborator
Maja Tisma

Landscape architecture
Scientific Institute Panarchy 11 – Research for Resilience; Marko Jovic

Interior design
Artefacto+ Design Center d.o.o.

Client
Simes Inzenjering

Year of completion
2021

Location
Kotor, Montenegro

Total area
870m2

Site area
876 m2

Photos
Vladimir Popovic

Project Partners

Drim d.o.o.

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