Srebarna 18 residential building is located in a rapidly developing area between Loven Park and Vitosha metro station in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia. The complex triangular corner property, as well as urban planning restrictions, largely determine the volume of the building. To achieve a definite design and functional living spaces, an orthogonal scheme was used in the plan.
主要的设计元素是由白色石灰石制成的极简主义框架 – Limra。它的方形几何形状平息了动态的体积，给建筑带来了精确和秩序。材料之间的比例–铜饰面的复合材料和玻璃–在地理方向和内部空间的功能方面经历了演变。建筑的材料和颜色的选择是为了补充和延续附近以办公大楼为主的环境。
The main design element is the minimalist frame made of white limestone – Limra. Its square geometry calms down the dynamic volume and gives precision and order to the building. The ratio between materials – composite with copper finish and glass – undergoes evolution in the geographical directions and the function of the interior spaces. The materials and colors for the building have been chosen to complement and continue the context, dominated by the office building nearby.
Despite the complex urban planning parameters and their limitations, which were the greatest challenge of this project, no compromises were made when it comes to architectural design and functionality. All details are carefully carried out to emphasize the architectural concept of Srebarna 18.
Functionally, the building is planned on two underground and eight above-ground floors. The first floor is intended entirely for commercial premises. There are apartments with a clear and clean layout and favorable geographical exposure from the second to the eighth floor.
Srebarna 18的外部外壳被执行为悬挂式通风外墙，由于建筑的朝向和大规模的铜板，Srebarna 18在白天有不同的外观—从早晨到黎明–反射的阳光带来不同的颜色和剪影。
Srebarna 18 has an external shell executed as a suspended ventilated façade and thanks to the orientation of the building and the large-scale copper sheets, Srebarna 18 has a different look during the day – from morning until dawn – the reflected sunlight gives different colors and silhouettes.
Area: 6580 m²
Manufacturers: ALPOLIC, Reynaers Aluminium, AGC Glass, Knauf, Kone, ROCKWOOL
Lead Architects: Svetoslav Stanislavov
Architect: Petar Nikolov, Hristo Dushev, Zhenya Atanasova, Dimitar Katsarov, Iva Kostova, Borislav Stanchev, Sanya Kovacheva, Debora Dimitrova, Marina Madzharova, Mirela Teofanova, Georgi Pasev, Vladimir Kavaev