The Eko Yu chain of petrol stations, owned by Greek company Hellenic Petroleum, involves a list of established visual and spatial principles which, according to the client, expresses its genuine brand. In spite of the limits, the design has managed to upgrade the existing repertoire of visual motifs, by insisting on dematerializing a classical border between outer and inner space and introducing gradual transition.

The six service stations realized in Vranje, Niš, Belgrade, Zrenjanin, Kikinda and Subotica represent fresh and innovative reinterpretation of an usually predetermined architectural content.

coauthors - Marjan Đulinac and Aleksandar Tomić

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