The Spanish House is a half-demolished building from the 19th century in the center of the capital of Serbia, Belgrade. By repurposing the building, the half-demolished building became a center for the development of film and acting. Within the house itself, there are workshops for film making, directing, acting classes, etc. The idea was to preserve the existing structure of the building to a greater extent by reconstructing it, and to build it from renewable materials, the concept of cradle to cradle and 3R. By preserving the existing structure of the object and using carefully selected one srenewable materials reduce the emission of harmful gases into the atmosphere and thereby contribute to the preservation of nature, which was one of the goals of this project. In addition to the fact that the building materials were renewable, all the furniture used in the interior is from the Cradle to Cradle concept.

Author: Elena Čedić

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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