Mia Dorcol Apartments / Zabriskie Studio


© Relja IvanicSimultaneously, using recycled bricks as well as treating facade elements, ie. © Relja IvanicIn the fields between the windows and the pilasters was used Gothic brick bond, so that every other brick was positioned lined up to its much shorter side and pressed outside of the wall finish line with a fold for stable support of 2/3 of its length. © Relja IvanicConstruction, function: The basis of the type floor is developed as open area, through the principle of shell and core.

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© Relja IvanicSimultaneously, using recycled bricks as well as treating exterior aspects, ie. © Relja IvanicIn the fields in between the windows and the pilasters was utilized Gothic brick bond, so that every other brick was placed aligned to its shorter side and pressed outside of the wall finish line with a fold for steady assistance of 2/3 of its length. © Relja IvanicConstruction, function: The basis of the type flooring is created as open space, through the principle of shell and core.


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