Serbian orthodox church
typical design . concept
The church is imagined as a small region module structure for the area of Vojvodina.
Concept emphasizes a cubic centrally arranged box-like structure with its side entrances and apsidal east ending.
Its geometry is highly traditional but the volumetric image is contemporary interpreted.
The complex consists of the church and a separate bells with the attached L wall forming visually recognizable entrance plateau.
The church consists of the central pillar less volume, west entrance gate as well as side entrances and east apsidal space.
Exterior space is arranged as to provide space for gathering.
The church is clad in combination of beige stone stripped with dark red stone.
Special intention is given to the portal frame clad in natural concrete relief in Cyrillic alphabet.