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Jelena Markovic

Hilandarska 15, Nis, Serbia
I am architecture student,third year. I love to make projects, make imposible, think imposible, but in the end realize it. As a student, I have been participated in many organizations that our town offers, learned many things. My hobby is drawing portraits and maybe that is something that helps me to understand the line, the structure, the art.

Elegant future


Bank project

Elegant future


Bank project
Example how to cooperate the surrounding to the buildind to minimize the damage to the environment

There is more than enough solar radiation available around the world to satisfy a vastly increased demand for energy. The total amount of energy irradiated from the sun to the earth's surface is enought to provide for annual global energy consumption 10,000 times over.If all this electricity were to be generated by means of PV systems with a modest average electricity output 100 kWh per square metre per year,a total solar capture area 150 x 150 km2 would be required. A large part of this capture area could be situated on roofs and walls of the buildings and would not therefore occupy extra land area.
So, my idea is this:The glass facade of this bank provides a high-performance building envelope that reduces solar gain and heat load while allowing the benefits of natural views and daylight into space. Glass walls provide a visual exchange between indoors and out allowing workers and customers to experience the building.The light is maximum used and that is exactly the point.


Elegant future


Bank project

Elegant future


Bank project
Example how to cooperate the surrounding to the buildind to minimize the damage to the environment

There is more than enough solar radiation available around the world to satisfy a vastly increased demand for energy. The total amount of energy irradiated from the sun to the earth's surface is enought to provide for annual global energy consumption 10,000 times over.If all this electricity were to be generated by means of PV systems with a modest average electricity output 100 kWh per square metre per year,a total solar capture area 150 x 150 km2 would be required. A large part of this capture area could be situated on roofs and walls of the buildings and would not therefore occupy extra land area.
So, my idea is this:The glass facade of this bank provides a high-performance building envelope that reduces solar gain and heat load while allowing the benefits of natural views and daylight into space. Glass walls provide a visual exchange between indoors and out allowing workers and customers to experience the building.The light is maximum used and that is exactly the point.



Idea by

Jelena Markovic
Hilandarska 15
Nis
Serbia
I am architecture student,third year. I love to make projects, make imposible, think imposible, but in the end realize it. As a student, I have been participated in many organizations that our town offers, learned many things. My hobby is drawing portraits and maybe that is something that helps me to understand the line, the structure, the art.