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Milica Petrovic

https://rs.linkedin.com/in/arhichic

Neznanog junaka 35a, Belgrade, Serbia
Milica is a PhD student at Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. She works as a freelance architect and volunteers as a student teaching assistant at her faculty. She hopes one day to be the architect who conects architecture and civil engineering to create beautiful structures.

Protect the Past / Create the Future


protective structure for cultural herritage

Protect the Past / Create the Future


protective structure for cultural herritage
protect the past for the future

Interventions at archaeological sites contribute to the preservation of historical heritage for future generations. Drawing inspiration from the old it is possible to come up with new, interesting architectural solutions. Merging the old with the new we create future architecture.

The main idea of this project was to find the best solution for a protective structure over thermae at Viminacium, Roman city and legionary fort in east Serbia. Characteristic views of the site were taken as a significant urban aspect influencing the form of the canopy. Form follows a diagonal in order for visitors to see the canopy as it rises from the ground and opens up to the square on the other side. This canopy attributes the panorama of the site while creating interesting spaces for potential visitors.


inspiration.

floor plan: archaeological excavations, exibition, place to rest and enjoy.
section: the canopy rising from the ground creating a special urban panorama.

construction plan: primary and secondary construction, fixed and movable.
section: dynamics.

detail.

interior.

Protect the Past / Create the Future


protective structure for cultural herritage

Protect the Past / Create the Future


protective structure for cultural herritage
protect the past for the future

Interventions at archaeological sites contribute to the preservation of historical heritage for future generations. Drawing inspiration from the old it is possible to come up with new, interesting architectural solutions. Merging the old with the new we create future architecture.

The main idea of this project was to find the best solution for a protective structure over thermae at Viminacium, Roman city and legionary fort in east Serbia. Characteristic views of the site were taken as a significant urban aspect influencing the form of the canopy. Form follows a diagonal in order for visitors to see the canopy as it rises from the ground and opens up to the square on the other side. This canopy attributes the panorama of the site while creating interesting spaces for potential visitors.


inspiration.

floor plan: archaeological excavations, exibition, place to rest and enjoy.
section: the canopy rising from the ground creating a special urban panorama.

construction plan: primary and secondary construction, fixed and movable.
section: dynamics.

detail.

interior.


Idea by

Milica Petrovic
Neznanog junaka 35a
Belgrade
Serbia
Milica is a PhD student at Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. She works as a freelance architect and volunteers as a student teaching assistant at her faculty. She hopes one day to be the architect who conects architecture and civil engineering to create beautiful structures.