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Kuna zlatica

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Office Architecture/design studio

Ana Kunej and Zlatka Salopek under the name of kuna zlatica have been designing since 2006. During their ten years of work together, their attractive and illustrative solutions have made their studion one of the most original on the local scene. 

Kuna zlatica is a distincive designer duo that is formed by Ana Kunej and Zlatka Salopek. On the domestic scene, their work stands out with witty and lucid solutions, imaginative and varied artistic vocabulary, and sophisticated integrated treatment of projects. It is no exaggeration to say that their style is instantly recognizable and quality long-term design. Working together since 2006, remembered by their posters, visual identity and other works for diverse clients such as the Theatre of the Blind, University of Zagreb, Centre for Peace Studies, festivals such as C’est Is the Best, Animafest and others. They have exhibited at two solo exhibitions and about a dozen collective exhibitions (Zgraf 10, D-Day, Biennial exhibition of Croatian design,…). The works of kuna zlatica have been published in about fifteen professional publications, including the prestigious Best Book of Cover Design by British publisher Rockport. Among other things, the curiosity is their stylish design of the menu for the diner ‘At Šime’s’, one of the most popular in Martićeva street and Zagreb in general, in which all creative and “culture workers” love to drop by all the time.



Atelier Ostrman

One of the more interesting locations in Lopašićeva Street is the art studio of the painter Tomislav Ostrman, Atelier Ostrman, where he exhibits and sells his own pieces and those of his colleagues and friends, alongside organizing small social events in this attractive workshop.

Garderoba Concept Store

With the opening of Ana Ivančić’s Garderoba, Zagreb got its first conceptual showroom for Scandinavian fashion. Garderoba is a carefully thought-out project, a room whose elements have all been designed by brilliant Croatian designers and architects, thus also adding a Croatian brand to the offer.

Slatka priča

The Slatka Priča pastry shop was started in 2013, and is currently in three places – Kranjčevićeva Street, Ivana Brlić Mažuranić Street in Zagreb’s Malešnica neighborhood, and, of course, Martićeva Street (since 2016), more precisely at the busy corner of Martićeva and Smičiklasova.


Mikrofon is a music school started in 2009, located in the charming inner courtyard of 19 Martićeva Street. Its predecessor was the Vocal Studio Maraton vocal workshop from Rijeka, and the school has since then grown from offering single singing lessons to group singing and lessons for children, as well as instrumental music lessons.

Medveščak Library

The Medveščak Library, our neighborhood’s branch of Zagreb City Libraries, encompasses three departments – adult, children’s and youth (also known as “Idi pa Vidi”, or “Come and See”). Besides normal library duties, the library also engages in setting up various exhibitions in its windows, and workshops in the rooms of the youth and children’s departments.