Montenegro Triptych Museums
Our proposal for the three museums in Montenegro’s park embodies a harmonious blend of architectural unity and individuality, celebrating the diverse realms of contemporary art, natural history, and architecture.

Inspired triptych paintings, each museum stands as a distinct yet interconnected element, alluring to broken stones forming a unified whole.  The guiding principle behind our design is to imbue each museum with the same formal language and material qualities while allowing for its unique identity to shine through. This approach ensures coherence and continuity across the ensemble while honoring the specific focus and character of each institution.

At the heart of our proposal lies a central space created by the interplay of these three museums—a space akin to a botanical garden, inviting visitors to wander, reflect, and connect with both art and nature. Here, among the architectural elements, lies an oasis of tranquility and natural beauty, enhancing the overall experience of the park.
Respecting the landscape and existing natural features, our design harmonizes with its surroundings, minimizing disruption and maximizing integration. The result is a seamless fusion of built form and natural environment, where visitors can immerse themselves in a rich tapestry of cultural and natural heritage.

The three museums in Montenegro’s park epitomizes the profound impact of architecture on cultural enrichment and community cohesion. With a meticulous focus on unity amidst diversity, our design aims to transcend mere physical structures, offering a transformative experience that resonates deeply with visitors. Through thoughtful integration with the park’s biodiversity and an architectural language that celebrates both individuality and interconnectedness, we aspire to create a timeless legacy that inspires, educates, and fosters a sense of belonging for generations to come.

Location: Podgorica, Montenegro
Museums of Contemporary Art, Natural History Museum, House of Architecture and the Park of Arts & Culture 
Aprox. 14,500 sqm
Competition, Settled

 Fernando Gomez, Rodrigo Malo, Isaac Michan Daniel