We are excited to share another spacious urban design by KANA Arhitekti and this time it is for the Palić Spa and Hotel Complex located in Palić, Serbia. The process of urban planning involves multiple approaches and you can read all of them after the jump:
From the Architects:
Palic is characterized by a clear orthogonal disposition of land with the dominant traffic routes. Fields are extending east- west or north-south . Traffic and pedestrian network of streets intersected zone plots. Nearness of the coast have formed a gathering zones – focal point . Pedestrian routes connecting the focal points and at the same time open visual corridors to the lake.
The process of urban planning involves multiple approaches. They are categorized in two main principles :
– Adaptation of the built environment to the environmental conditions
– Creation of building environment that is inconsistent with the context in order to create new space
Urban planning principles and adoption of environmental characteristics tends to create a unique program- spatial entities. Urban plan requires systematization. Project of Resort Palic as a starting point for a systematic approach to design takes orthogonal network of Vojvodina fields. Positions given plains , their spatial rhythm , alternating colors for the time being, main transport route as the dominant axis of communication , creating a dynamic composition sets the framework for further artistic expression . Compositional pattern formed by the given element has initiated geometry of spatial structure within a given location.
Project: Palić Spa and Hotel Complex
Designed by KANA Arhitekti
Project Team: Ljilja Brajković d.i.a, m.arch. Spasoje Radomilović, m.arch. Biljana Vilotić, m.arch. Marina Ilić, b. arch. Aleksandra Đorđević, b. arch. Nevena Balalić, b. arch. Bojana Popović, doc. mr. Jelena Živković, dipl. inž. maš. Ninković Dragan
Location: Palić, Serbia