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European Kindergarten in Bor, winner of the contest “Bringing Light to Life”


On March 25, VELUX presented the winning works of the third regional competition, Bringing Light to Life 2020, at the online event, the theme of which was daylight. Architects and designers from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Macedonia, Romania, and Turkey applied.

Our architects, Vladimir Ivanović, Aleksandar Stojanović, Jelena Cvetanović, Mirjana Krsmanović, impressed the jury at the competition. The report states that this architectural solution, with natural materials, colors, rounded edges, and dynamic lighting, is the best place for children to grow up and at the same time promotes learning and creativity. As such, it was declared the global winner of the competition.

The jury consisted of well-known architects from the region: arch. Sasa Budjevac (SRB), arch. Emir Salkić (BIH), arch. Banerban Tiganas (ROU), arch. Dragan Vuković (MNE), arch. Martin Panovski (MKD), arch. Zdravko Zdravkov (BGR), arch. Gokhan Avcioglu (TUR), arch. Andrej Hodkiewicz and arch. Vladimir Rainovski (winners of the previous competition). The winners were announced during an online event organized by Romania, the host of the competition.

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Construction of Heliport as a Part of the Clinical Center in Nis


Having completed the Project, company Kapaproject successfully completed the construction of heliports for the needs of the Clinical Center Nis. The heliport is certified and designed according to European and world standards.

It is built near the building of the new Clinical Center, behind Ambulance.

The Clinical Center in Nis is the second healthcare institution in Serbia provided with a heliport. This allows emergency patients can be registered and transported from the KC building at any time, for the needs of saving people’s lives.

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Development of a Helipad Construction Project in Nis


Continuation of successful cooperation with the Clinical Center Nis. A contract was signed for the project and the construction of helipads, which will be used for medical purposes within the complex of the Clinical Center Nis.

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LIDL: Opening of the Chain and Building New Objects


We are proud of the cooperation and the trust shown in the design of projects for several facilities in Serbia.

Many have been completed and started to work, and our cooperation with LIDL continues on new projects in Zajecar and Paracin facilities.

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Two Awards at the Triennial 2018 in Nis


“Triennials of Architecture Nis 2018″ is a cross-section of the architectural creation of southeastern Serbia in the period from 2015 to 2018. The organizers are the Association of Architects of Nis, together with the Serbian Chamber of Engineers.

For “Triennial” 84 works were selected in five categories.

Kapaprojekt Company is proud of the awards received in two categories: architectural projects (for the project of a business building in Nis) and architectural realizations (for the annex of the Children’s Internal Clinic and Surgery in Nis).

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ROCK’N’ROLL Museum in Zajecar


On the occasion of the 52nd Zajecar’s Gitarijada, on June 30th, the foundation stone for the Rock’n’roll Museum was laid, for which the project was operated by Kapaprojekt.
The museum will be located within the Memorial Park Suma Kraljevica, on a mild elevation in relation to the area of the Gitarijada, the planned floors P + 1 will be planned and will extend to about 1,100m².

In addition to the museum, the project includes bungalows for the accommodation of festival participants.

Newly designed objects, with their theme and architectural design, will represent a dominant and recognizable point of the entire complex.

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Construction of a School in Doljevac Started


The construction of a school complex in Doljevac, covering 2,600 m², began. The complex consists of two parts: pre-school and high school. Part of the high school is characterized by the modern concept of arranging a complete school space with specialized classrooms for computer science.