Public facilities

ROCK’N’ROLL Museum in Zajecar


The Rock’n’Roll Museum represents a spatial supplement for Zajecar’s Gitarijada, a rock music festival whose tradition spans since 1966. The building of the museum is positioned on the slope between the treetops of Kraljevica forest.
Functionally, half of the space is intended for presentation, while the rest has auxiliary purpose as café, restaurant, administration, maintenance and storage. Interior organization is characterized by open plan area, high altitudes and clear geometric lines. On the design plan the object has a simple correct rectangular form. In that setting volume composition is happening through the reduction of holes and loaded façade surfaces. Using material, such as, glass, concrete and wooden lining, the object strives to make contact and harmonious relationship with the immediate surroundings. In the close proximity of the museum, the building of a complex of bungalows was envisioned - apartments to accommodate both participants and visitors of the festival.


Investor: City of Zajecar
Location: Zajecar, Serbia
Area: 1600 m²
Year: 2018