Office blocks, complexes, conference centres and other such venues
The idea to design and construct the DDTEP office building evolved in response to the investor’s need to bring together different commercial activities and employees in one single area. The location chosen as the setting for this new architectural development is the large industrial complex Djuro Djakovic, situated in Slavonski Brod, Croatia. This industrial complex is a city in its own right, featuring a regular network of roads and clearly defined spatial arrangement of industrial facilities. The building sits alongside one of the internal roads of the industrial complex. Pedestrian access is provided via a spacious covered entrance porch. The lobby and reception area, designed to ensure access control, leads to offices, which are situated on either side of the central hallway. This layout of the offices is mirrored on all four levels
of the building. The arrangement and size of the offices, conference halls or rooms and of the area intended for the Management Board is based strictly on hierarchical organization. The same hierarchy dictates the spatial layout as well as the logical and functional spatial connections between different building components, allowing for swifter performance of everyday business activities and enhanced communication among employees. The elaborate internal design of the office building mirrors the design of the industrial complex – it is clear, comprehensible and hierarchically logical. The building is designed as a long regular-shaped structure with an aluminium ventilated façade and evenly distributed openings and opaque structural elements, which ensures energy efficiency and sustainability of the building, as well as reduced maintena
nce and usage costs. The choice of grey aluminium sheet metal cladding was inspired by the character of the surrounding industrial complex, whereas the architectural gesture of enveloping the grey building in a red narrow-strip perforated aluminium visually adds to the modern and streamlined but still very comfortable offices, while at the same time providing protection from the sun and rain. At night, an interesting light effect is created on the façade by the light protruding from inside the office building. CREDITS Architectural office: Rechner d.o.o. Address: Gornjodravska obala 90b Postcode: 31000 City: Osijek Country: Croatia Architects: Predrag Rechner, architect & Bruno Rechner, architect Collaborator: Robert Ticic, architect Project year: 2017. Project name: Office building DDTEP Address of the project: Mile Budaka 1 Postcode: 35000 City: Slavonski Brod Country: Croatia Client: Djuro Djaković TEP d.o.o. Contractor: Projektgradnja d.o.o. Net floor area: 2.670m2 Gross floor area: 3.250m2 Site area: 2.430m2 Building cost: 3.000.000€ Completion: 2018.
ClientDjuro Djakovic TEP
Gross Floor Area (mq)3250
ArchitectsBruno Rechner, architect & Predrag Rechner, architect
Design teamRobert Ticic, collaborator architect
Main ContractorProjektgradnja d.o.o.
Photo CreditsRomulic & Stojcic
Curriculum studio / partecipanteCompany Rechner d.o.o. Osijek was founded in the year 1991. Main activity is architectural design, consulting, engineering and design. Lead architects are Bruno Rechner, architect & Predrag Rechner, architect. Our projects have been exhibited and presented to both, domestic and international exhibitions and magazines, result of which is the first prize awarded ten times in different architectural competitions. Numerous students and architects visit our realizations for professional training and study of contemporary architecture. AWARDS & NOMINATIONS: 2A Architecture Award 2018, Spain, winner Architizer A+ Awards 2018., USA, nomination The Plan awards 2018., Italy, nomination S.ARCH award 2018., Italy, nomination The Plan awards 2015., Italy, nomination World architecture community awards 2014., Turkey, winner Architizer A+ Awards 2013., USA, nomination Trimo architectural awards 2012., Slovenia, winner World architecture festival 2012., Singapore, nomination
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