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Zoran Mojsilovic

http://zormoe.com

Molerova 62, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Zoran Mojsilovic is Interior Architect and work in fields of architecture and product design. He finished his studies at Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan and works for Zo Moé and Gradjevinar - Oslo, worked for Studio Patricia Urquiola - Milan, Simpo - Belgrade, Ery Management - Geneva. Award for Leveling floor lamp, Young Balkan Designers by Konstantin Grcic, I State Award for Industry of Wood, Belgrade, Ghost Project 2015.

Bloc brut


Sublimation concrete block

Bloc brut


Sublimation concrete block
House surrounded by streets

Proposal where main aim was to design a house which is surrounded by streets and neighbour . Concept was a concrete block which is monolith but here transformed with small concrete cubes with round holes which provides a intimacy for a residents. The main aim was to keep strong monolith appearance from outside where there is not on first look visible doors and windows and inside to provide maximum usable space with great amount of natural lights. Using almost all space as living it is also provided small green areas in form of patios where house is merged with nature. All inside work is hidden beneath cubes structure which can be applied on any kind of facades or fences. The dimension of one cube is 15x15x15cm and stacking them can be made any kind structure. House is made entirely of concrete which can be sustainable building material: resource efficiency, durability, thermal mass, reflectivity, ability to retain stormwater, minimal waste.


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Bloc brut


Sublimation concrete block

Bloc brut


Sublimation concrete block
House surrounded by streets

Proposal where main aim was to design a house which is surrounded by streets and neighbour . Concept was a concrete block which is monolith but here transformed with small concrete cubes with round holes which provides a intimacy for a residents. The main aim was to keep strong monolith appearance from outside where there is not on first look visible doors and windows and inside to provide maximum usable space with great amount of natural lights. Using almost all space as living it is also provided small green areas in form of patios where house is merged with nature. All inside work is hidden beneath cubes structure which can be applied on any kind of facades or fences. The dimension of one cube is 15x15x15cm and stacking them can be made any kind structure. House is made entirely of concrete which can be sustainable building material: resource efficiency, durability, thermal mass, reflectivity, ability to retain stormwater, minimal waste.


Living area

Dining area

Plans

Section


Idea by

Zoran Mojsilovic
Molerova 62
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
Zoran Mojsilovic is Interior Architect and work in fields of architecture and product design. He finished his studies at Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan and works for Zo Moé and Gradjevinar - Oslo, worked for Studio Patricia Urquiola - Milan, Simpo - Belgrade, Ery Management - Geneva. Award for Leveling floor lamp, Young Balkan Designers by Konstantin Grcic, I State Award for Industry of Wood, Belgrade, Ghost Project 2015.