Within the framework of the Annual Exhibition of Realizations by Croatian Architects in 2010, which is set to take place at the end of the week in Split, the Croatian Architects’ Association (CAA) will confer their awards for the most successful Croatian architects’ realizations in 2010 both in Croatia and abroad.
The nominated realizations contending for the ‘Bernardo Bernardi’, ‘Drago Galić’ and ‘Viktor Kovačić’ Awards, respectively, were featured here, while all nominated projects will be presented within the next couple of weeks.
Today we present the “Pula Film Festival Offices” in Pula, whose authors are The Pula Group, in collaboration with Planing d.o.o., SPI savjetovanje, projektiranje, inženjering d.o.o., Technica suprema d.o.o., TGI d.o.o.
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The Pula Film Festival offices are located in the city center, within reach of the Giardini Green Square.
The space develops in two floors. The polyvalent hall and office are situated on the first floor while three offices and a related hallway are on the second floor. It was decided per agreement between the tenants and the Pula Film Festival that part of the joint hallway be ceded to the public institution for use and was thus included in the reconstruction. In the stated area the existing sanitary block was renovated, and a new kitchenette installed.
Quality natural lighting, a need for a flexible space and a limited budget all had a hand in creating the end design solution. Classic partition walls were replaced by floor-to-ceiling wardrobes which let light through parallel wired glass sliding doors. The user, depending on necessity and in agreement with his/her co-workers adopts a certain number of wardrobe modules, while the sliding glass doors become blocked on the other side. In addition to saving space, the redistribution of space within the wardrobes is flexible and can be changed as needed.
The matter of lighting is taken care of with standard elements for stucco installations that due to the arrangement of cables, lamps and switches, conjure up an image of the indigenous nettle tree’s crown branching out towards the Square which the offices face.
Designing started in: 2009.
Completion in: 2010.
Location area: 267 m2
Total layout area: 267 m2
Planing d.o.o., SPI savjetovanje, projektiranje, inženjering d.o.o., Technica suprema d.o.o., TGI d.o.o.
Dejan Štifanić, Pulska grupa