Coordinators: Predrag Maksić and Natalija Jovanović
Assistant: Ana Cvijanović
Participants: students of the Belgrade School of Polytechnics
Organization: Belgrade School of Polytechnics and BINA
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The aim of student workshop 100 years of Bauhaus (1919-1933) is the celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the School of Architecture, Applied Arts and Design in Weimar, Dessau and Berlin known all over the world known as the Bauhaus International School. Bauhaus or "house of the building" is the name derived from the reversal of the German language, "Hausbau", "building the house" with involvment of various crafts *. The founder of the school, architect Valter Gropius (Walter Gropius), wanted to unite the tradition of German craftsmanship, the principle of modern design and the potential of industrial production.
The object that perfectly unites and symbolizes the aesthetics of the modernist movement and the value of the school Bauhaus is the cradle of student Peter Keler (1922). The cradle, as well as a large number of other items created at Bauhaus School, is formed with simple materials, pure geometric shapes and painted in basic colors. In cradle design, the effects of the Bauhaus teachers are best reflected (Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Marcel Breuer, Laszlo Moholy - Nagy ...) pioneers of modernism, teachers of aesthetics of the highest range, which in the next hundred years will win over the whole world.
Natalija Jovanovic studied at the Faculty of Applied Arts, Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, as well as at the Faculty of Arts and Design, where she gained a master's degree in interior design. As a designer at Studio Pilastro, she carried out over 60 interior design projects in Serbia and abroad. She participated in BINA 2016 and 2017 as an author of workshops, and 2018. as a member of the program team. She is currently working as an assistant on the EU project Shared Cities: Creative Momentum. Mrs. Jovanovic is a member of ULUPUDS.
Predrag Maksic graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts, the Department of Interior Architecture, gained a master's degree program at the Washington State University. He received PhD at the University of Art in Belgrade in the field of Theory of Art and Media. As a designer at Studio Pilastro, he has worked on numerous projects in the field of interior design and graphic design in Serbia and abroad. He is the author of a number of scientific paper works, currently a professor at the Belgrade Polytechnique. Mr. Maksic is a member of ULUPUDS.
Ana Cvijanović graduated from Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, where she also got her Master's degree. She is currently working on her PhD degree at the same faculty. She has been working since 2018. as a professor at Belgrade Polytechnic. She had numerous art exhibitions, among which the most significant were: art exhibition at Reflector gallery, The 6th international triennials of tapestry, Moving the Boundaries III etc.
Belgrade Polytechnic is a higher education institution that educates professional engineers and designers for more than half a century. It has developed cooperation with many industries, as well as related organizations in country and abroad, and also participates in various projects and organizes exhibitions in the fields of art and design, as well as scientific-professional conferences. Until now, more than 8000 students graduated from the School, in undergraduate, specialist and master studies in the field of design and technology.