Importanne Centre, Sarajevo (first phase, 2005–2010)
The Importanne Centre consists of eight towers interconnected by vertical gardens and facade voids. The buildings constitute a multifunctional business centre with offices, a hotel, flats, a shopping centre and an underground car park. This creates an interesting dynamic of interconnection, interaction and communication between the separate yet interlinked towers of the urban multi-block, providing a range of functional links in response to market demands and tenants' needs.
Bjelašnica Ski Apartments, Sarajevo (2004–2006)
The design of the ski apartments creates an artificial topography, its shape and materials echoing the natural surroundings of mountains, forest, rocks and snow. The layout, consisting of four separate apartment buildings, is inspired by the katun type of traditional mountain village, where the detached buildings form a single spatial and functional entity. The materials used are local wood and stone, and the colours are local, too (green and white), reflecting the natural surroundings (see also A10 #15).
Alta Shopping centre, Sarajevo (2004–2010)
The Alta Shopping Centre is in the form of a tall, continuous winding street enclosing a hub of pedestrian flows. The building is designed to serve as an urban shopping mall with exclusive retail and service facilities over four storeys. By absorbing urban pedestrian movements, the building will be anchored in the urban matrix, of which it will become an integral part.
EUFOR Hospital, Rajlovac, Sarajevo (2002–2004)
The emergency military medical centre consists of a group of four volumes protected by concrete 'armour plating' with a camouflage finish. It is located in the military barracks in Sarajevo, a typical example of a pavilion-type layout. With due regard to this context, the programme is organized into four pavilions: the emergency and theatre block, the x-ray and laboratory block, a clinic and an infirmary. Each pavilion is in a different pastel shade symbolizing its particular function.