En seulement 100 jours, l'agence d'architecture Studio Up a transformé le Savo Building, ancien grand magasin du centre de Split en Croatie, en une auberge de jeunesse. Conservant les couloirs, les escalators et les circulations d'origine, l'Hostel Golly±Bossy propose un espace de vie original et décalé, résolument urbain et contemporain.





























Sur ce projet, Nenad Vukuši? de Studio Up précise:

"The "Savo" building, located in the Split city center core, was turned into a shopping mall at the beginning of this century and, by a guerrilla action in 2010, was transformed into a hostel in 100 days. Public communications — escalators, panoramic elevator and the staircase were kept, and shopping spaces were partitioned by a system of walls that contain everything necessary — beds, lavatories, showers and toilets. An urban metropolitan character as well as a continuance of the public realm within a historical membrane were performed."

Photographies: Robert Leš

Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site de Studio Up.

Source: Architecturenewsplus


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