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Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled new images and a movie showing the studio's proposals to convert an old textile factory in Belgrade, Serbia, into a free-flowing complex of apartments, offices and leisure facilities.
Presented during Belgrade Design Week 2013, the Zaha Hadid's designs show how the curving buildings will integrate with the riverside neighbourhood of the city's historic Dorcol quarter, described by developers as "the most beautiful site in Belgrade".
The 94,000 square-metre complex will replace an unused and inaccessible site with a five-star hotel, art galleries, a conference centre, a department store and shops, as well as residential accommodation and offices, just 500 metres from the city centre.
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