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Country House S, western Bosnia and Herzegovina
photograph : Robert Les
Bosnia and Herzegovina House
The approach of the proposal was to develop a residential complex in strong connection to the context. Located in a remote, poorly inhabitated part of West Herzegovina canton, the site stretches over 35 000 square meters of wild landscape, bounded by strong stone walls. Design was decided to be of a small „settlement“, very much alike lonely villages of Herzegovina, broken into three units; six buildings alltogether.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Architecture
We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Bosnia and Herzegovina Architecture.
We aim to include Bosnia and Herzegovina buildings / projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.
We cover completed buildings, new building designs and architectural exhibitions. We also post architecture competitions across the country.
Major Bosnia and Herzegovina Building Projects, alphabetical:
Academy of Performing Arts, Sarajevo
Open Bosnia and Herzegovina Building design competition winner
The Museum of Modern Art, Sarajevo
Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Sarajevo skyscraper, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Groleger Arhitekti, Ljubljana
rendering : Rok Vettorazzi
Exceptional cities need peculiar architecture, according to their characters and ambitions. Without the slightest doubt Sarajevo “is” unique in the face of diversification. Our idea to create a building, a “diptych”, a merging tower based apparently on two independent volumes, started by a profound analysis of the urbanistic, cultural and social factors of the City of Sarajevo.
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Location:Bosnia and Herzegovina
Developments in countries close to Bosnia and Herzegovina
picture from 3LHD
photo : Tamás Bujnovszky, János Szentiváni, Hans Molenkamp
photo : Miran Kambič
photograph : Lisa Rastl
picture © COOP HIMMELB(L)AU
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