- Art Gallery
- The task on this project was to create art shop that could occasionally host travelling or temporary exhibitions. The location assumed for the gallery building is the street Laze Teleckog that is situated in the centre of Novi Sad and represents one of the busiest streets of the city. The street contains a number of cafés, restaurants, shops and it is a meeting point of people from Novi Sad and visitors of Novi Sad. The plot is fenced, of oval shape and has an entrance from two streets of narrow transversal profile, and it was attempted to use it as an advantage at constructing of the building. Availability, views and social meaning were the main elements of the strategy in designing the building. The space was designed as flexible, according to the principles of open plan, as it could be adjusted to the needs of use. The building was three- floor, where the exhibition space on the ground floor was primarily intended for travelling and temporary exhibitions, whereas the space on other floors was intended for a commercial gallery.
- During designing the building the emphasis was on using the primary morphological elements of architecture, with reference to their dialectics. Eight elements of one dialect of architecture about which Ranko Radovic writes and which are analyzed in this project are: content-form, local- and international, variability-persistency, scientific- artistic, traditional- trendy, outside-inside, city level-house level, bearer-born.
Compositionally the building consists of three vertical cores around which horizontal plates are formed. Functionally the building consists of an exhibition part, an administrative part and a part with technical rooms. Constructive system of the building is the steel skeleton. From materials concrete, plaster and glass dominate in the interior, whilst multilayer glass façade in the exterior.