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Aleksandar Stošić

http://www.aleksandarstosic.com

Karadjordjeva 19, Kragujevac, Serbia
I have graduated from a Masters degree in architectural engineering at Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department of Architecture, Pristina University, Kosovska Mitrovica. After the 4th year of studies, I did my professional practice at Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design, National University of San Juan ( UNSJ ), San Juan, Argentina. Besides architecture, i am also interested in graphic/web design. Currently living in Kragujevac, Serbia.

Wood Skyscraper


The future of sustainable architecture

Wood Skyscraper


The future of sustainable architecture
Wood will be the main construction material in the future, as it was in the past.

Construction of the development is based on Michael Greens FFTT system,which means the building is almost completely made out of wood.The building is founded on belled caissons.Two levels above ground are made out of reinforced concrete, and entire structure above it is made of CLT (cross laminated timber).Additional columns were added to the concrete structure to avoid soft-story effect.Structural wood core walls and glulam perimeter columns and beams are deployed as the supporting structure. Steel beams bolted to the mass timber panels provide ductility in the system.Building envelope consists of 2 layers:triple glazed curtain wall and wooden louvers and green panels.All the wood constructive elements are prefabricated out of responsibly harvested timber.The reason why wood was chosen as the predominant constructive material is to minimize carbon footprint that the building leaves on the environment.


Wood Skyscraper


The future of sustainable architecture

Wood Skyscraper


The future of sustainable architecture
Wood will be the main construction material in the future, as it was in the past.

Construction of the development is based on Michael Greens FFTT system,which means the building is almost completely made out of wood.The building is founded on belled caissons.Two levels above ground are made out of reinforced concrete, and entire structure above it is made of CLT (cross laminated timber).Additional columns were added to the concrete structure to avoid soft-story effect.Structural wood core walls and glulam perimeter columns and beams are deployed as the supporting structure. Steel beams bolted to the mass timber panels provide ductility in the system.Building envelope consists of 2 layers:triple glazed curtain wall and wooden louvers and green panels.All the wood constructive elements are prefabricated out of responsibly harvested timber.The reason why wood was chosen as the predominant constructive material is to minimize carbon footprint that the building leaves on the environment.



Idea by

Aleksandar Stošić
Karadjordjeva 19
Kragujevac
Serbia
I have graduated from a Masters degree in architectural engineering at Faculty of Technical Sciences, Department of Architecture, Pristina University, Kosovska Mitrovica. After the 4th year of studies, I did my professional practice at Faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Design, National University of San Juan ( UNSJ ), San Juan, Argentina. Besides architecture, i am also interested in graphic/web design. Currently living in Kragujevac, Serbia.