Private & public spaces
Island resort at Kalamota near Dubrovnik, Croatia is an ongoing project composed of several major interventions. For this segment of the project landscape conservation study was developed as a part of ongoing master plan development. The study defines and locates important elements in the landscape and forms guidelines for their protection.
For a private client, a typical rural Mediterranean garden was redesigned in order to accommodate expansion of the house itself as well as to introduce new elements suitable for new usage. The garden consists of several functional elements: from formal front garden to vegetable & fruit garden and large deck. In all, complex functional requirements are . . .
Island resort at Kalamota near Dubrovnik, Croatia is an ongoing project composed of several major interventions. For this segment of the project client requested a redesign of the landscape around lounge bar. The project rearranges the functional components and introduces necessary landscaping to tie the space with the rest of the complex and strategic development . . .
In 2012 Municipality of Dubrovnik announced competition to redevelop large beach complex with adjacent olive growth. Our project was awarded the second prize! The project is based on minimum of interventions in terms of constructions. The major element of the concept is organizing and controlling the usage of several functional elements, therefore providing the public . . .
Project deals with highly degraded existing condition of villa with its garden. Intention is to return the complex to its original condition wherever it is possible. The most important element of this renovation is ensuring that remaining garden element are returned to their original state and function so the whole garden can be seen as . . .
Small house in old town Cavtat was a subject of major renovation. From walls and ceiling, to roof and garden almost all elements of the house and its surroundings required some sort of attention. Despite the scale of the renovation major effort was dedicated to preserve small architectural details and character of the house. Garden . . .