Red Apple - Residential Building

Amidst the 70s socialist blocks this new building contains old-new, chaos-order, private-public polarities. Leading was the idea of an abandoned and renovated factory. Brick is the backbone of the concept creating a permeable shell with a regular grid of windows randomly missing or exaggerated to double-height glazings. The project consoles the contradiction between the need for more individuality and the necessity for a more homogeneous urban fabric adding yet another layer for flaneurs. Designed by Plamen Bratkov

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