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A few years after the opening of Hotel Lone, Restaurant L – one of three restaurants in the hotel, was rebranded as ResoLution Signature Restaurant. 3LHD was involved in the transformation.
The New Passenger Terminal at Franjo Tuđman International Airport Zagreb. In order to ensure architectural excellence, an international competition jury invited ten world-renowned architects together with ten acknowledged Croatian architects.
One Suite Hotel offers eighteen accommodation units of varying structure are placed on two floors, with commercial and catering facilities integrated into the ground floor and the reception area.
Stone Terrace Hotel is set on steep slope in an idyllic bay on Pag Island in Croatia. It is a beautiful island surrounded with crystal water but is on the other hand also known for its harsh winter windy conditions and is therefore only scarcely covered with greenery.
Design: 3LHD, Architects
Two A+Awards for this building that is partially dug into the ground and covered with earthen embankments from its outer edges, inspired by the city’s historic center “Karlovac star”.
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Initially, before everything else, there was a walnut tree, providing perfect natural shade and representing the first outdoor residing space.
Design: DVA ARHITEKTA
The client’s wish was to build a vacation home with a prospect of becoming a permanent one, on the island of Krk, the northern part of Adriatic.
Design: DVA ARHITEKTA
The Jelenovac residence site is situated on the junction of two streets, surrounded by family houses and the city park Jelenovac on the front. Newly build house opens itself towards the attractive part of the terrain, greenery, views.
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Design: Radionica Arhitekture; Ured ovlaštene arhitektice Vanja Ilić
The building is a path which the visitors climb to overcome the elevation difference of around 20m, from the access road to the plateau, on which the Vučedol culture archaeological findings have been discovered.
Design: Plazma, architects
The pool has the potential as a social condenser. Even though the programme was restricted to indoor pools, the design tries to put in as much as possible open air activities and public space.
Design: PROARH, architects
The unintrusive design interprets the traditional straw covered house. This humble building was renovated taking into consideration the characteristics of local heritage and design.