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Miloš Kostić

http://miloskostic.tumblr.com/

Belgrade, Serbia
Miloš is a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade. He holds a Master degree in Architecture from the same faculty. He has worked on a range of projects including architectural design, public interest and living environment. His research is focused on the influence of different kinds of modern technologies and their relation to the new ways of conserving and presenting architectural heritage to the wider public.

Illusionary Duality


Belgrade Coastline Revival

Illusionary Duality


Belgrade Coastline Revival
We do not live inside a void that could be colored with diverse shades of light, we live inside a set of relations that delineates sites which are irreducible to one another and absolutely not superimposable on one another.

"The boat is a floating piece of space, a place without a place, that exists by itself, that is closed in on itself and at the same time is given over to the infinity of the sea. In civilizations without boats, dreams dry up."
Michel Foucault, "Des espaces autres", 1984

We do not live in a homogeneous and empty space, but on the contrary, in a space thoroughly imbued with quantities and perhaps thoroughly fantastic as well.The space of our primary perception, the space of our dreams and that of our passions hold within themselves qualities that seem intrinsic: there is a light, ethereal, transparent space, or again a dark, rough, encumbered space; a space from above, of summits, or on the contrary a space from below of mud; or again a space that can be flowing like sparkling water, or space that is fixed, congealed, like stone or crystal.

port-city
dolphin-park
dive-canopy
towel-steel
cocktail-dock
truck-crawl
sun-chimney
pool-boat
river-pool

water-water


pool=boat

In the project, the pool is identified with a boat. By floating along Sava and Danube coastline, a floating public pool is through recreational facility engaging Belgrade's devastated industrial landscape as a scenography for the continuous process of its revival.

Illusionary Duality


Belgrade Coastline Revival

Illusionary Duality


Belgrade Coastline Revival
We do not live inside a void that could be colored with diverse shades of light, we live inside a set of relations that delineates sites which are irreducible to one another and absolutely not superimposable on one another.

"The boat is a floating piece of space, a place without a place, that exists by itself, that is closed in on itself and at the same time is given over to the infinity of the sea. In civilizations without boats, dreams dry up."
Michel Foucault, "Des espaces autres", 1984

We do not live in a homogeneous and empty space, but on the contrary, in a space thoroughly imbued with quantities and perhaps thoroughly fantastic as well.The space of our primary perception, the space of our dreams and that of our passions hold within themselves qualities that seem intrinsic: there is a light, ethereal, transparent space, or again a dark, rough, encumbered space; a space from above, of summits, or on the contrary a space from below of mud; or again a space that can be flowing like sparkling water, or space that is fixed, congealed, like stone or crystal.

port-city
dolphin-park
dive-canopy
towel-steel
cocktail-dock
truck-crawl
sun-chimney
pool-boat
river-pool

water-water


pool=boat

In the project, the pool is identified with a boat. By floating along Sava and Danube coastline, a floating public pool is through recreational facility engaging Belgrade's devastated industrial landscape as a scenography for the continuous process of its revival.


Idea by

Miloš Kostić
Belgrade
Serbia
Miloš is a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade. He holds a Master degree in Architecture from the same faculty. He has worked on a range of projects including architectural design, public interest and living environment. His research is focused on the influence of different kinds of modern technologies and their relation to the new ways of conserving and presenting architectural heritage to the wider public.