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Petar Petricevic

http://petarpetricevic.com

Sokolska 25, Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Petar Petricevic is an architect from Bijeljina in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds a BA and MA Degree from Belgrade University and Dessau Insitute of Architecture. Currently living and working in New York.

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m o n e y : t i m e : s i z e : l o c a t i o n

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m o n e y : t i m e : s i z e : l o c a t i o n
price, time, size and location define where we live, right proportion between four of them is what matters

When it comes to our basic needs or sweet satisfactions, the city offers plenty of options that could replace spaces of the typical apartments most of us is used to live in. Living in the city has changed. How we travel, why we travel, where we stay and conditions we are ready to accept. By the age of 25, most of us have lived in at least three different cities as a student or under a business contract for a couple of months. Cheap transport and European union enabled us to change our location more than generations before could. What do we need to own so we could use it, what can we rent in order to gain from it? Architecture needs to follow the change of how we live in the city and it needs to offer ways of supporting it. New modules of renting throughout a specific period of time is just one of the solutions.


Airbnb and other short-term letting agencies face a bleak future in the German capital after the city’s administrative court on Wednesday upheld a de facto ban on short-term rentals, in a landmark ruling that could inspire similar restrictions in cities around Europe.

source : theguardian.com

"I don't actually own anything that needs to be plugged in. I have a small battery pack that I charge up at work every few days, and I use that to charge my headphones and cellphone at night. My work laptop will last the My work laptop will last the night on a charge, and then I charge it at work." says Brandon.

source : bussinesinsider.com

source : huffingtonpost.com

C i t y L i v i n g


m o n e y : t i m e : s i z e : l o c a t i o n

C i t y L i v i n g


m o n e y : t i m e : s i z e : l o c a t i o n
price, time, size and location define where we live, right proportion between four of them is what matters

When it comes to our basic needs or sweet satisfactions, the city offers plenty of options that could replace spaces of the typical apartments most of us is used to live in. Living in the city has changed. How we travel, why we travel, where we stay and conditions we are ready to accept. By the age of 25, most of us have lived in at least three different cities as a student or under a business contract for a couple of months. Cheap transport and European union enabled us to change our location more than generations before could. What do we need to own so we could use it, what can we rent in order to gain from it? Architecture needs to follow the change of how we live in the city and it needs to offer ways of supporting it. New modules of renting throughout a specific period of time is just one of the solutions.


Airbnb and other short-term letting agencies face a bleak future in the German capital after the city’s administrative court on Wednesday upheld a de facto ban on short-term rentals, in a landmark ruling that could inspire similar restrictions in cities around Europe.

source : theguardian.com

"I don't actually own anything that needs to be plugged in. I have a small battery pack that I charge up at work every few days, and I use that to charge my headphones and cellphone at night. My work laptop will last the My work laptop will last the night on a charge, and then I charge it at work." says Brandon.

source : bussinesinsider.com

source : huffingtonpost.com


Idea by

Petar Petricevic
Sokolska 25
Bijeljina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Petar Petricevic is an architect from Bijeljina in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds a BA and MA Degree from Belgrade University and Dessau Insitute of Architecture. Currently living and working in New York.