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"It was a marvelous panel within the BINA program :). Richard Deacon arrived to promote the book Kalemegdan Bridge, which at that time, we were convinced of that, was to round up,  the entire decade of the project and move it  from the field of possibility into a field of complete utopia, as one of those nice ideas which will never face it's realization.

 

Park keepers, Urban hub 1, "How do we see the Plateau"

On Monday, October 16, starting at 4p.m. The Park Keepers team will perform their standard activity – cleaning the Plateau. However, on this occasion the Plateau will be used as an open-air gallery where The Park Keepers will present previous research results and planned interventions in space that are derived from workshops (table, pavement and sidewall coloration).

Small Utopias

3 | 10 | 2017

BINA 2017 exhibitions "Small Utopias" (MAXXI Museum, Rome) and   Entries from the Competition for Reconstruction of the Belgrade City Museum (DAB/BINA), will be presented at the Days of Architecture of Niš

29.09–01.10.2017.

Svilara, Kosovska 33, Novi Sad

Organized by: DANS –  Društvo arhitekata Novog Sada i Festival kulture prostora

Saturday, 30.09 at 7 PM

BINA presents:

Urban Hub project

Museum for Architecture and Design,  MAO, 28.9.2017.

BINA presents

Opportunities for urban regeneration in Belgrade's peripher

Park keepers, Urban hub 1, "Invisible Maps of the Plato"
Together with neighbors of all ages we are spending the last days of summer on the Plato. On Wednesday, September 13th, starting at 5 PM

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Pešačke zone u starim gradskim jezgrima
Autor : Aleksandar Stanojlović

Preschool warm up!

26 | 8 | 2017

Park keepers, Urban hub 1, "Preschool warm up! 

30 August at 6PM! Plateau (42 Mileševska str.)

Park keepers, Urban hub 1, workshop "Plato's pantone palette". In order to present Plato as a pleasant place similar to a living room, we will first start decorate the floor! 
Park keepers, Urban hub 1, "LIFE IN SPACE" workshop for kids by Osmatračnica 12 July at 18.00! Platou (42 Mileševska str.)
This year Bina participated on reSITE conference with DUAL workshop.
The idea of workshop was to convert unused fragments of public spaces into places for social exchange.

EXHIBITION:ORIGINALLY ON NIKOLA DOBROVIĆ: CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE DRAWING GLOSSARY

A study exhibition dedicated to the legacy of the architect Nikola Dobrović (1897-1967), produced through an experimental, collaborative research and design process with students and young architects from Serbia, Croatia and Switzerland. The exhibition was prepared through two workshops: Architectural Drawing run by Nemanja Zimonjić in collaboration with Josip Jerković, and Exhibiting Architectural Drawing run by Milica Lopičić, with Ljiljana Blagojević and the BINA team of Ružica Sarić, Danica Jovović Prodanović and Jelena Ivanović Vojvodić as consultants.

http://bina.rs/en/exhibition-originally-on-nikola-dobrovic-contemporary-architecture-drawing-glossary

http://www.flickr.com/photos/62533857@N07/albums/72157680526702353

NIKOLA DOBROVIĆ’S CYCLE: THE TEACHERS AND THE PUPILS

Author: Tanja D.Conley, Boston

Regardless of current controversies about the place of Serbia on the map of Central Europe, the history of her modern-age academic, educational and cultural institutions has been grounded on Central European legacies…

MODERN IN OR MODERN ABOUT THE MEDITERRANEAN?

ARCHITECTURE BY NIKOLA DOBROVIĆ IN DUBROVNIK AREA

Author: Ljiljana Blagojević, Belgrade

My contribution to the seminar discussion will explore the design method and architectural philosophy of Nikola Dobrović, as it changed with his moving from one of the centers of the modern movement, the Middle-European metropolitan city of Prague, to the peripheral and much smaller South-Adriatic city of Dubrovnik…

Art & Science programme, which is organised by the Centre for the Promotion of Science in partnership with the Gallery of Science and Technology at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Ultramono Institute  from Ljubljana, as a part of the large EU project The European network of digital art and science.

BINA selected the expert team Park Guardians through public calls at the end of 2016. This teamwill be developing their collaborative projects with the community in order to improvethe neighbourhood common space in the urban block next to Mileševska str. 42, with architectural, urban, artistic and design interventions.

Preparations for the project URBAN HUB commenced in March 2017 after the selection of the expert team. The project of collaboration with the community on improving the common space will begin in May 2017 during BINA 2017. It will start with two workshops organized by partner organizations Mindspace from Budapest and Kunstrepublic from Berlin. It will continue for the following 6 months. After implementation of the project, the expert team will be processing and preparing the project documentation. This documentation will be published and exhibited at BINA 2018, and then at other SCCM events.

The theme of conference will be the answers to the following  questions: How are the aspetcs of sharing present in my work? Has my work influenced any changes in my city? Is there any similar pattern among my work and work of other partners? What should be the impact of SCCM project?

Studio is a visiting program SCCM project on the subject of Urban Design, Faculty of Art and Design, with the main aim of developing ideas on the abandoned location in Belgrade in the work of students, teachers and assistants by establishing a platform of exchange, sharing of knowledge and ideas of all concerned citizens.

The show displays the work of ten Italian architecture teams. Regardless of any generational criteria, the choice focuses on the most innovative practices and those that best embody the identity of Italian architecture today. As opposed to the utopia-oriented approach of the 60s and 70s, the works we display are often small scale projects linked to the needs of the individual, to the ambition of recycling the existing built objects and to the aim at redefining the very paradigms of architecture today in a European context.

The exhibition is the result of a Euroregional competition organized by the Romanian Order of Architects, Timis County Branch, within the Biennale of architecture BETA 2016.

Biennale of architecture BETA 2016 / entries for the competition supports and promotes architecture in its various forms and manifestations.

Future Architecture Platform is the first pan-European platform  of  architecture museums, festivals and
producers, bringing ideas on the future of cities and architecture closer to the wider public. Our goals:

Think Future. We highlight the emerging generation of talents in various disciplines and explore and share

their ideas about the future of cities and architecture;  Exchange. 18 organisers from 15 countries are

creating a pan-European programme, tour emerging creators and present their ideas at exhibitions,

conferences, lectures and workshops, in books and on the web.

The artwork methodology of Branislav Nikolić, which consists of salvaging discarded elements of architecture, flat interiors, furniture and timber, and recycling them in a creative process for the purpose of making new art products, is intertwined with all the aforementioned semantic layers of the term “secondary architecture. This syntagm denotes the economy of salvaging and recycling materials that are so typical for building so-called ‘cardboard houses’ in the Romany settlements.

The painting workshop street Architecture is aimed at acquainting young people with the terminology of architecture itself and its “multiple meanings“. Their task is to realize how contemporary architecture is implemented into existing urban surroundings and how they jointly create and write the history of the street
and the city.

It is known that children are tied to their environment and that the physical environment aects them as much as social and cultural environments do. Modern architecture recognizes the importance of children’s participation in decision-making related to their life, and respects the voice of children in connection to the form and creation of their physical environment. The aim of the workshop is to familiarize children with various forms of architecture and to understand children’s perceptions of a kindergarten space.

The workshop provides children with an active role in conceiving and designing space which is intended for them. We examine the modalities of participatory urban design by combining methods of gathering information from children and engaging in direct work with them on the development of envisioned yard areas and playgrounds in the city. We seek answers to the following questions: what is the appearance of a yard that is ftting for a child of the XXI century, and what do children have to say about that.

CCB – АrtEdu

25 | 4 | 2017

CCB Workshop Artedu is a serial of creative workshops whose basic idea is getting the youth
(especially high-school students) familiar with the program of the Belgrade Cultural Center. The program
consists of presenting the exhibition, discussions with artists and curators, and practical applications of the artistic approach characteristic for a given exhibition (drawing, painting, photography, video…).

DICHOTOMY

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The workshop program is dedicated to research into forms of interdisciplinary collaboration of students of art and design. Through the implementation of a joint project, groups of students realize the object (from the concept to the realization of the prototype), which is at the same time an artistic object, spatial sculpture, object of use or a decorative element.

The exhibition shows three architectural design competitions conducted in order to obtain solutions for the new  Museum was founded in 1903 but the issue of obtaining the building for its permanent accommodation is still open. The answer has been sought many times in many different ways, among which were three open architectural design competitions in which 88 teams participated.

The Belgrade City Museum has existed without its own home for almost 115 years, which is the reason why cultural heritage from the Museum’s collection is mostly unavailable for the public. At this exhibition, using digital media, the most representative, beautiful and valuable objects from the Museum, that will be part of the future  permanent exhibition, will be presented. A short story about Belgrade’s history from prehistoric to contemporary times will be told through fve sections.

Exhibitions of Annual Awards for Architecture Architectural and Urban Design Competitions are permanent program segments of the Belgrade International Architecture Week. The frst exhibition presents annual architecture awards given by several institutions for realized buildings. The second exhibition provides an insight in awarded competition designs organized and/or in collaboration with the Association of Belgrade Architects and the Serbian Association of Architects.

The conversation aims to open questions related to the improvement of architectural competition practice in Serbia, as well as opening a debate about the dierent models of development of this important architectural institution, oering comparisons of dierent regional experiences and trend.

This year’s discussion panel, which is dedicated to the burning issue of the refurbishment of Dobrović’s Military Headquarters, will gather architects – experts from two seemingly opposed camps: representatives of the protection of architectural-city planning heritage and the renowned designers who have had experience in the design of contemporary buildings within strict conditions and limitations of designated cultural monuments.

Authoritative and charismatic, Architect Nikola Dobrović (Pečuj, 1897 – Belgrade, 1967), left an indelible mark on the visual culture of Central and South East Europe between the two world wars, as well as in the first decades of socialist Yugoslavia. He consistently advocated modernist principles through buildings, bidding projects, town planning, daily critical comments, program manifests, university teaching, as well as theoretical or historical treatises.

Czech-serbian cultural relations date as far back as the mid-nineteenth century when Czechs began to arrive and settle in the principality of serbia. After the end of the First World War, panslavism fnally reached its goals by forming the independent slavic states. The construction of the Czech embassy in Belgrade in 1927, designed by architect Alois Mezera, depicts the panslavic spirit in the best way. The location of the embassy in the urban heart of Belgrade, near the most signifcant state institutions, testifes to the strong diplomatic relationship between Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes during the interwar period.

Ein Architekt ist ein Maurer, der Latein gelernt hat.

(An architect is a mason who has learned Latin. – Adolf Loos)

A study exhibition dedicated to the legacy of the architect Nikola Dobrović (1897-1967), produced through an experimental, collaborative research and design process with students and young architects from Serbia, Croatia and Switzerland. The exhibition was prepared through two workshops: Architectural Drawing run by Nemanja Zimonjić in collaboration with Josip Jerković, and Exhibiting Architectural Drawing run by Milica Lopičić, with Ljiljana Blagojević and the BINA team of Ružica Sarić, Danica Jovović Prodanović and Jelena Ivanović Vojvodić as consultants.

During the centuries of Ottoman rule over areas of modern Serbia, Belgrade was an important center of the Ottoman Empire. From the conquest of the city in 1521 to the surrender of its keys in 1867, with minor interruptions of Austro-Hungarian rule, Belgrade has developed according to the model of the Ottoman government. Today the oldest core of the city has preserved the outlines of a culture to which it once belonged.

This twin tower, known as the Western City Gate, designed by architect Mihajlo Mitrović (1922), was constructed under the particular terms and conditions of an experimental phase: building flats for the market. It was an extremely unusual blend of residential and commercial functions in the typology of residential architecture in Belgrade from the second half of the XX century.

Radio Belgrade has been situated in the building at the corner of Svetogorska Street and Hilandarska Street since 1947. This building was also known as the Artisans’ Club, at least until the Second World War. Today it is a cultural monument.

The design of the Artisans’ Club was done by young architect Bogdan Nestorović (1901-1975), who won the first prize at an open competition in 1931. The construction of this six-storey modernist building was completed in a relatively short period, on 1st May 1933.

"The left bank of the Sava was Austrian. Only sand and marshland all the way to Zemun. The guard posts were positioned at three checkpoints along the river bank: at the confluence of the Sava into the Danube, halfway to Railway Bridge and at the very bridge. Two Hungarian guards, with the rifles slinging down their shoulders and military hats on, lavishly ornamented with huge green feathers, which resembled rooster tails, were walking slowly, and in a synchronised manner between the posts along the path next to the river. There was about half an hour of freedom between their getting from one post to another. We used that precious time to swim and to pluck water lilies in the marshland. But, the guards did not stick to their daily routine on one occasion. They surprised us, captured Hugo who had gone furthest, chased him naked on foot all the way to Zemun. They kept him there over night, then brought him back to the riverbank and let him swim back over. "

(Aleksandar Deroko, An' then a plane flew o'er Belgrade, 1984)

There is a sixty-year-old lady standing resolutely on a slope above the river Sava, near Knez Mihailova Street and Kalemegdan Park, within a significant block of buildings in the historic heart of Belgrade. These buildings have been keeping the secrets of its tenants - our famous painters from the second half of the twentieth century - behind their brick canvases, French windows and vertical white stripes on the irregular window frames.

The Federal Executive Council Building is one of the most representative realizations of postwar Belgrade and Yugoslav architecture. It was officially opened in 1961 on the occasion of the first Conference of Non-Aligned Countries in Belgrade, and in its fifty-year history it has been the venue of important political events.

This year marks the ten years since the building of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) was closed to the public due to work on reconstruction, adaptation and extension. The Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the most representative museum buildings in Serbia, which was purpose-built (1960-1965).

The development of social and cultural life and the dynamic growth in Belgrade’s population led in October 1871 to an initiative by Archbishop Mihailo being placed before the Ministry of Internal Affairs to relocate the Old Tašmajdan Cemetery which was situated in the city center. The Ministry transferred the authority for relocating the Tašmajdan Cemetery to the Belgrade Municipality. After numerous commissions, sessions and decisions, Belgrade Municipality purchased the land above the Bulbuder Stream, at the foot of Zvezdara.

The presence of Jews in Belgrade has been recorded since the sixteenth century. During the centuries the Jews in the region have participated in the creation of the visual culture of the city. The walk: “Architecture and Memory: Jewish Heritage in Belgrade” will present to the audience the basic topography of Jewish heritage. Walking along the Jevrejska (Jewish) Street, Solunska Street and Visokog Stevana Street, the participants will become acquainted with the area where Jews once lived, and with the specific nature of their lives in Dorćol.

The walk will incorporate buildings damaged in the 1999 NATO bombardment: the Republic and (now already cleared) Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs by architects Ivan Antić and Ludvig Tomori, Generalštab by Dobrović and the RTS building in Aberdareva Street.

Walking through the historical center of Belgrade, from Queen Natalia Street and Zeleni venac to lower Dorćol, we will pass important buildings from the first half of the XX century, until 1960, whose authors were women. Women architects have been active in Serbia since the beginning of the century and with their works, they have marked our built environment.

Programme 2017

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OPENING
EXHIBITION

ORIGINALLY ON NIKOLA DOBROVIĆ: CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE DRAWING GLOSSARY
Autori radova: Aleksandra Bašić, Valentin Billhardt, Kai Bührer, Turi Colque, Lucio Crignola, Tihomir Dičić, Andrea Đorđević, Caspar Grützner, Stefan Ilić, Jelena Ivanović, Nikola Kašić, Jelena Kojić, Jovana Kovačević, Piet Kretschmer, Marina Krčalić, Jana Kulić, Danica Lečić, Mladen Milinović, Johanna Nagel, Mila Nedić, Christopher Neuwirth, Luka Nikolić, Milica Nikolić, Marija Marić, Myriam Marti, Aleksandra Mitković, Max Obermark, Milan Ostojić, Maja Peruničić, Alex Schmid, Morten Schrötgens, Uroš Stojadinović, Lisanne Wingels
Concept by: Ljiljana Blagojević
Workshop leaders:Nemanja Zimonjić and Milica Lopičić
→ Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Art Gallery

Shared Cities: Creative Momentum is on a mission to improve the quality of life in European cities. By exploring different aspects of sharing and urban design, we are creating new ways of being in our cities. Together.
SCCM is a four-year cultural program launched by 7 partners from Central and South-Eastern Europe - Berlin, Prague, Bratislava, Katowice, Warsaw, Budapest and Belgrade.

During the FAP Matchmaking conference in Ljubljana, Anna Ramos, director of the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, presented 5 finalists for the 2017 European Prize for Architecture. Who are the finalist you can see here!

Shared Cities:Creative Momentum: Urban Hub 2 - capacity building workshops was organized on 25- 26. Feb. 2017. Belgrade. Led by: Ivan Kucina, program director SCCM Belgrade.

BINA jury has selected the project PLATEAU (Plato), Mileševska 42, Belgrade, completed by competitiors Čuvari Parka (PARK KEEPERS)

The Park keepers is an initiative of the neighbourhood around the yard between the high buildings in the central city municipality Vračar, Belgrade. A series of successful initiatives and initiatives for participation have been able to attract interested citizens to contribute to their environment and the space that surrounds them.

BINA invited members of 4 teams to participate in the workshop URBAN HUB 1 where they presented their competition design and debate with members of the jury and the authors of the other three projects that are on the competition shortlisted.

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