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Aleksandar Stojanović, CEO And Chief Design Architect, Kapaprojekt

Vision, Challenges and the Future of Urban Planning

At Kapaprojekt they believe that the future of urban planning and architecture will be marked by an ever greater focus on sustainability, quality of life and innovation, as well as the combining of luxury, functionality and environmental awareness

Projects like Planet Residence, which is inspired by the needs of modern families and individuals, set new standards. We hope that we will inspire other architects and investors to pursue a similar approach,” says Aleksandar Stojanović, who, together with his team, overcomes all professional challenges successfully.

Planet Residence has become a symbol of modern housing in Serbia’s south. Could you tell us more about your vision for this project?

— Planet Residence really is a special project for us. Our vision was to create a residential complex that not only meets the modern needs of housing, but also sets new standards in architecture and urban planning. Inspired by the needs of modern families and individuals, we conceived a building that reflects the dynamics of modern urban life, combining aesthetic appeal with functionality.

The building has an impressive shape in the form of the cyrilic letter “П” and is 13 floors tall. How did you end up with this design and what did you want to achieve with it?

— Its shape in the form of the letter “П” represents the key to creating a dynamic silhouette that dominates the urban landscape. The top floors rise in steps towards the centre, thus creating unique panoramic views and an additional dimension to the space.

The park on the mezzanine roof provides a sense of privacy and security in an urban environment, offering a space to relax and enjoy nature

This design enables maximum natural lighting to enter all apartments, which is crucial to creating a pleasant and healthy living space.

Common areas play an important role in your project. Could you tell us more about the park on the roof of the mezzanine?

— Our goal was to create spaces that connect residents and enable them to spend quality time outdoors.

The park on the mezzanine roof provides a sense of privacy and security in an urban environment, offering a space to relax and enjoy nature by creating a harmonious fusion between urban development and nature.

How does the use of luxury materials contribute to the building’s overall impression and functionality?

— The use of luxury materials on the building’s façade and interior isn’t merely an aesthetic choice, but also a functional one. Exceptionally high-quality surfaces and pronounced mezzanine constructions that transition into spacious balconies provide tenants not only with aesthetic enjoyment, but also practicality. Every “step” of this complex is greened, creating a harmonious fusion between urban life and nature.

What were the biggest challenges faced during this project’s implementation and how did you overcome them?

— The biggest challenges were coordinating the different teams and ensuring that every aspect of the design was executed with precision. We succeeded in overcoming these challenges by using BIM software and by working closely with all parties involved.

Our dedication to detail and innovation has allowed us to create a space that satisfies the highest standards of housing.

Our dedication to detail and innovation has allowed us to create a space that satisfies the highest standards of housing.

What kind of future do you see for urban planning and architecture in Serbia, particularly in light of projects like Planet Residence?

— I believe that the future of urban developments and architecture in Serbia will be marked by an ever greater focus on sustainability, quality of life and innovation. Projects like Planet Residence set new standards and demonstrate that it is possible to combine luxury, functionality and environmental awareness. We hope that we will inspire other architects and investors to pursue a similar approach, thus creating spaces that aren’t only aesthetically appealing, but are also functional and sustainable.

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