Knez Mihajlova 23, Belgrade
Through an emphasized form, noticeable from the street, but also from entrance side, the previous space has undergone intervention precisely respecting such disposition – i.e. visual accessibility. Through inversion procedure, by positioning the exhibits not on the facade plane – the window, but towards the shop interior, better visibility, but also “necessity” for entering into the space, has been enabled. The designed steel gallery has enabled enlargement of the exhibition area, but through the emphasized structural geometry of the space it also dictates the prevailing aesthetic determinant. Finally, as a vertical link of various levels, arched cantilever stairs have been designed, to which, in addition to functional dimension, the role of an „access“ in the main window space has been given.