With the overall goal of creating integrated urban infrastructure, the proposal for the competition of the coastline of Beton Hala by Redux created a way to produce a provocative architectural vision. As a program, and typologies are interwoven spaces, this center is a vision of the future progression of Belgrade as a center of business and culture. As a result, this allows residents and visitors to experience an experience of the past, present and future.
This center, however, is not an isolated monument but an extension of the urban fabric that forms a continuous space for display areas, commercial and service, as well as an outdoor landscape that irrigates the surrounding area. For this reason, the land is divided into a number of packages to create an urban fabric that is pliable able to comply with ground deformation, topography and spatial restrictions.
The land extends to stratified natural environment allowing connection to various critical points. The landscape is narrowed and squeezed bifurcated to produce different walking paths and openings for natural light inside the building. The gentle sway of lines that define the paths and the built fabric allows mediation and integration of the various components around the ground.
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