- • INA’s self-sustainable, ecologically acceptable and innovative petrol stations will be the first of their kind in Croatia
Split, 11 February 2015 – The results of the competition for the preparation of an urban-architectural concept design for the Split-Kman-South Petrol Station conducted by INA, d.d. and Split Society of Architects – DAS were presented today at the press conference.
The jury consisting of: prof. Ante Kuzmanić, BSc Arch. (Jury President), Davor Peruško, Zoran Obradović, Saša Bui, BSc Arch., Lea Pelivan, BSc Arch. and Marijana Bronzović, BSc Arch. (alternate Jury member) issued the decision in the following order:
1. the award in the amount of HRK 50,000 was given to the authors Goran Karlović, BSc Arch. and Petra Starčević, BSc Arch.
2. the award in the amount of HRK 30,000 was given to the authors Stanislava Odrljin, BSc Arch., Nikša Vukša, communication vis.dis., and Jelena Zanchi, BSc Arch.
3. the award in the amount of HRK 20,000 was given to the authors SKROZ d.o.o. Zagreb, Andrea Jelčić, BSc Arch., Marin Jelčić, BSc Arch. and associate: Saša Mitrović, B.Sc.C.E.
The awarded projects were presented in the premises of the Split Society of Architects. This is the second competition for an urban-architectural concept design for a self-sustaINAble petrol station conducted by INA in cooperation with the Society of Architects. The construction of the first “green” station is planned in Zagreb, at the location of the current Stupnik-East Petrol Station.
The project “Energy for the Future” was launched by INA in 2013, and the “green” stations planned by this project will be completely self-sustaINAble through the application of alternative energy sources used for heating/cooling, ventilation and air conditioning of the premises, use of rainwater for cleaning, toilet flushing and watering of green surfaces, heating of traffic surfaces for the purposes of melting snow, use of nanotechnology at external and internal surfaces for the purposes of ensuring high resistance and self-cleaning effect, use of LED lighting in the interior and the exterior with a consumption control system, and the use of recycled materials wherever possible and justified.
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