Zamet Centre

Categories: Architecture, City of Rijeka, Interiors

Zamet Centre is a public complex consisting of a multifunctional sports hall, a public square and a garage, in addition of several objects for public purposes. Architectural design of Studio 3LHD was awarded with several prizes, including Bernardo Bernardi Prize, Vladimir Nazor Prize and international ArchDaily portal prize, Building of the Year. Different European and worldwide competitions, as well as cultural programs, are being held annually inside Zamet Centre Hall.

Zamet Centre

Zamet Centre is a public complex consisting of a multifunctional sports hall, a public square and a garage, in addition of several objects for public purposes. Architectural design of Studio 3LHD was awarded with several prizes, including Bernardo Bernardi Prize, Vladimir Nazor Prize and international ArchDaily portal prize, Building of the Year. Different European and worldwide competitions, as well as cultural programs, are being held annually inside Zamet Centre Hall.

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