Otvorene su prijave za studentski Think Green hakaton u oblasti zaštite životne sredine koji će od 13. do 15. aprila biti održan u Naučno-tehnološkom parku Beograd.
A series of events and activities organized by the Faculty of Architecture and the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and in partnership with the Belgrade International Architecture Week (BINA), this year will mark the 125th anniversary of architect Nikola Dobrovic (1897-1967), professor at the Faculty of Architecture – University of Belgrade, full member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and art and one of the most important figures of Serbian and Yugoslav architecture.
he competition for young creatives in the Balkans received a total of 111 works by 125 designers from 9 countries in the region: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Greece, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia, Serbia and Turkey. The international jury of the Mixer competition evaluating the ingenuity, innovation, applicability of design solutions and their contribution to a healthy and sustainable lifestyle, the jury selected 15 winning works:
Artistic practitioners and cultural producers working in all creative fields, anywhere in the world, are encouraged to apply to Forecast’s international mentorship program with projects that could benefit from the expertise of one of this edition’s mentors and their unique approach to material and knowledge production.
THINK BRICK is a competition addressing students and young professionals willing to reimagine Jimbolia’s former industrial area, through means, strategies and tactical approaches of all scales that can emphasize to local and regional communities the rich cultural, natural and built heritage developed around brick production and bricklaying techniques.
Young Balkan Designers theme for 2022 – “Life Hacks for Health & Wellbeing”calls for design projects, objects, concepts, services, scenarios and inventions which create a “shortcut” between sustainable living and wellbeing, provoking conversation on alternative and “outside of the box” approach to designing and re-imagining healthier everyday worlds: at home, at school or work, in public, in our intimate and community spaces, urban and rural environments, in our physical and digital realms.
Cultural Centre of Belgrade, BINA and Faculty of Architecture (Belgrade University) are organising Panel & Workshop THE GOOD URBAN LIFE whose main aim is connecting all the dots, aspects and parameters that make the good urban life – contemporary living that is stimulating, thriving, content rich and healthy.