ntry and to the toilet. The central, two-storey space opens right from the entrance, with galleries, stairs and the dining area that is adjoining the kitchen and the terrace with a pergola, thus opening the space for an all-day stay, as well as to the living room, which is recessed relative to the entrance and dining area.
Upstairs, in the most prominent part of the villa, overlooking the sea and the swimming pool, there is a master bedroom with a glass ensuite bathroom and a corner glass walk-in closet. There is also a guest bedroom, which overlooks the backyard, as well as two children's bedrooms with bathrooms and a common terrace facing the sea and a workspace with access to the backyard.
The design concept is based on the premise that each room offers a unique experience, while at the same time the spaces create an integrated whole merging with the environment, ensuring a vacation stay in a natural seaside and Mediterranean ambience. The surrounding autochtonous vegetation further contribute to such an atmosphere.
The villa’s architecture is presented as a playful white block opened by large glass walls with mag-nificent vistas and contact with the environment.
Gross Floor Area (mq)500
Architectsarchitect in charge: Ivana Dabrovic, architect
Design teamMaja Tutavac, architect
Main ContractorContractors: M-P-Beton d.o.o., Servis Zaninović d.o.o., Horting Sisak d.o.o., Stolarija Branko Rudolf, VOTEX d.o.o.
ConsultantsProject manager & construction supervision: Tim Coulson ( First Property Croatia )
Photo CreditsMarko Ercegović, Vojo Bašić (only photo 'ecoing_villaB&R_10-1500.JPG')
Curriculum studio / partecipanteEcoing is an office for architecture and urban planning. It has a series of successful completed projects and buildings from which specially stand out apartment buildings, residential buildings, architectural branding and multimedia exibitions.
Head of the office is Ivana Dabrovic,architect in charge,collaborating with architect Maja Tutavac. Office featured projects are, in Croatia, Villa B&R in Sevid; House K in Dubrovnik; House U and House V2, both in Dubrovnik in collaboration with Studio 3LHD for which they received Drago Galic Award in the field of residential architecture; boathouse in Ireland and series of projects for Vindija retail chain. From exhibitions important are exhibitions on the island Lokrum near Dubrovnik with themes of filming series Game of Thrones and legends of Richard the Lionheart and Benedictines. Important interior are restaurant&caffe bar Ham-Ham in Zagreb for which office was nominated for the Bernardo Bernardi Award in the field of interior and design.
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