The multi-family building hosts six residential units, one large and five medium size. Although it is not a single house, it anyway looks like one large residence. This effect of unity is achieved through the use of elements such as terraces, pergolas and large windows, which make the building appear as one large Mediterranean villa. An internal court recalls the narrow streets of Kotor, from where to enjoy a view of the church and where steps lead to the shore. On the roof there is a large pergola that shades the pool, while on the ground floor low stone walls protect the private space. The natural stone (marble from Istria) of which the whole building is covered, contributes to a more harmonious integration of the building with the surrounding natural environment.
Architectural project and general planner:
mjic architects in collaboration with Federico Foschi