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Quixotic Architecture | K02 Residence in Kosljun

Concept & Competition Quixotic Architecture | K02 Residence in Kosljun

K02 is located at the bottom of the South facing slope guarded via the retaining wall and overlooks the Adriatic Sea between intended overgrowth of white, pink and red oleanders. The composition of stone and glass surfaces results with a solid stone plinth on which is placed a transparent enclosure. The house rises out of the ground with glazed surfaces indicating its habitability. Its upper floor level is serviced via stairs from the inside and outside and it is ‘pierced’ to the side by the glass fronted swimming pool.

Quixotic Architecture | K02 Residence in Kosljun

Quixotic Architecture | K02 Residence in Kosljun Sitting gently on top, a skinny steel structure frames a central glass pavilion designed as a place to contemplate the Adriatic Sea, the Horizon, the Sun and the Moon.  The design balances a desire for large living space as well as for private areas.

Location: Island Pag, Croatia
Architect: Quixotic Architecture
Project name: K02 Residence in Kosljun
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