Bus Terminal Rovinj
project, Rovinj, 2006.
The decision to build the Rovinj new bus terminal on the Boksiti site has multiple significance. One of the most important is that the location of the new terminal and public garage will significantly relieve traffic coming into the old city core from the south east. The idea is to integrate the terminal into the town tissue by placing most of it below ground level and adapting the rest to the environment. The programme requires a very complex, high intensity communication solution (bus, car, pedestrian) with the emphasis on safety and functionality. The infrastructure building consisting of a three-level public garage and a one-level bus terminal provides the facilities with the purpose to establish a dialogue with all the buildings surrounding it. These facilities (catering, services, shopping and business) will make this part of the town busy 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. By designing the facilities in three volumes, the size and the volume of each object are adapted to the buildings surrounding it and to the set context.
PROJECT NAME Bus Terminal Rovinj
PROJECT NO 133
PROGRAM infrastructure, urban planning
LOCATION Croatia, Rovinj, Vijenac braće Lorenzetto
SITE AREA 6100 m²
GROSS FLOOR AREA 23300 m²
VOLUME 86000 m³
FOOTPRINT 5500 m²
ALTITUDE 15.5 m
CLIENT ADRIS group
PROJECT TEAM Saša Begović, Marko Dabrović, Tatjana Grozdanić Begović, Silvije Novak, Zorislav Petrić, Margareta Spajić, Ines Vlahović Mazinjanin
VISUALIZATIONS Tomislav Mučić