The Museum of Recycling represents a project of revitalization and reactivation of a

currently abandoned building near the Branko bridge in Belgrade, in the immediate vicinity

of the river and the Sava Promenade.

When designing the building, the aim was to preserve the existing condition, which primarily

refers to the existing facade, which is partially additionally protected by a glass double

facade in order to show the relationship between the old and the new. It is for this reason

that the old, original shape of the roof, which is partially covered tiles that were the

original covering, while one part is covered with glass in order to contrast the old way of

building with today’s innovations.

Through the processes of setting up the concept and developing the project, the goal was to

achieve the highest possible energy efficiency through the analysis of resources and the use

of local, sustainable and organic materials.

Author: Teodora Bogičić

University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture

I year of Master studies Architecture, Module Architectural Technologies

M02 Studio design project

Mentorship: prof. Dr. Ana Radivojević
Assistant Nevena Lukić

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