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  • Nikbrick Group

Dukley Gardens - Budva, Montenegro.

Authors wanted to find a different spatial concept in the urbanistic density of the center of Budva, where there are almost no objects of glass and concrete, which brings new quality and depth to the context in question with its architectural form and structural organization of spatial levels. In addition to the overgrowth of the ship's form and the whiteness of the Mediterranean building, a deep terrace with green gardens should emphasize and relate the sensibility of the coastal ambience through the contemporary interpretation of horizontal garden-garden. Looking from the sea, from the marina, the horizontal lines of the white ribbon fences are interrupted by a deep shade filled with green, which is a convincingly minimalized outline of the object, and it is achieved that its contour "disappears" by drowning on the background of the Spas Hill.

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