Design project the BINA kabina - Scandinavian Pavilion is dedicated to the sustainable construction of wood and wooden architecture and it was realized by architects from Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Serbia. The pavilion is the product of several student workshops led by Norwegian architect Geir Brendeland, Partner of Brendeland & Kristoffersen Architect and architect and photographer David Grandorge of London, also a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design, London Metropolitan University.
The pavilion was given for use by the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade on the basis of a donation contract with the Association of Belgrade Architects. It is intended for educational purposes, for the purposes of exhibitions, seminars, workshops and other professional activities related to the education of college students.
The Scandinavian Pavilion was realized during 9th Belgrade International Architecture Week/ BINA 2014.
Project curator: Nataša Žednik, Oslo
Project participants: Students of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
Students of the Faculty of Arts and Design (FUD) of Megatrend University
Project coordination: Predrag Milić, Dasa Spasojević
Organization and realization: BINA team
Patron: The Nordic Culture Fund / Nordisk Kulturfond, Denmark
Support: Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Belgrade, FLU; Society of Architects of Belgrade, DAB; Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia; Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade; Serbian Chamber of Engineering; Finnish Embassy in Belgrade; Guardian Glass S.A.; Konveks Konkav doo; Tikkurila Zorka Ltd.; IMSA doo; Velux Serbia;
Dow Coning; ICD Glass doo Belgrade.
Time of realization: 2013/2015