WÜRTH Serbia Training & Test Center by Dejan Todorovic

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Serbian architect Dejan Todorović transformed a 540 sqm warehouse into Würth Serbia training and test center, located in Belgrade. A polycarbonate wall divides the space in two – a demo center for CNC machines and a testing room for products.

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The first of the two spaces contains a large steel mesh cage used as a demo center for CNC plasma and laser cutting machines, and a testing room for products from the company’s wide assortment. The translucent wall with a 30 m long built-in shelf closes a 270 m² multi-purpose training space that can easily be transformed to serve any programmatic purpose. By a simple dividing panels rearrangement it can become anything from series of individual classrooms or offices, to conference space, gallery, even a party venue. Main constructive structures of the cage and the wall are made entirely out of box section steel profiles and are filled with expanded steel mesh and upholstered with large format transparent polycarbonate screens respectively. Rhythmic arrangement of milky white and transparent polycarbonate screens is providing all the necessary conditions for the emergence of ephemeral ambients that are arising from the process of light penetrating, reflecting and refracting through the translucent material. – from the architect 

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Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic

Photograpy © Relja Ivanic