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post updated 12 March 20223
Croatia Architect Studios
Croatian Architectural Offices, Design Practices alphabetical:
|phone / fax
|e-mail / website
|+385 21 683950
+385 21 683957
Nikole Božidarevica 13/4
Zagreb, HR-10 000, Croatia
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Contemporary Croatian Architectural Projects
Croatia Architectural Designs
Croatia Architectural Design Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:
Issa Megaron, Vis island building designed by architects Proarh:
photography: Miljenko Bernfest and Damir Fabijanić
Issa Megaron on Vis island
The design and the atmosphere are based on the recognizable Hotel Lone design with a somewhat modified material repertoire. Smoked oak wood and American walnut discreetly supplement the dominant terazzo floor and lattice ceiling, pointing out that the function of the space, and its character, has changed.
Franjo Tuđman International Airport, Zagreb building design by architects Kincl d.o.o., Neidhardt arhitekti d.o.o., IGH Projektiranje d.o.o.:
photo © Josip Skof
Franjo Tuđman International Airport Zagreb
Three levels of reinforced concrete structure form the terminal’s base. A dynamic roof envelope, which unwraps itself, to levitate above the terminal hall generates the free dynamics of the structural net—an iconic expression of the landscape and its relief features as original attributions to the generated architectural form.
Stone Terrace Resort Hotel, Pag Island, northern Adriatic Sea building design by architects ENOTA:
image Courtesy architecture office
Stone Terrace Resort on Pag Island
Zamet Centre, Rijeka
picture from 3LHD
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