Festival of Architecture BINA Belgrade
Belgrade International Architecture Week (BINA) was established as a festival that encourages and promotes intercultural dialogue, trans-national cooperation and mobility in the field of architecture.
Originally on Nikola Dobrović – student exhibition • Nikola Dobrović – Under the Banner of Modernist Movements • Architectural Competitions 2021-2022 • Reconstruction of the Military Headquarters/Generalštab – student competition • European Award for Contemporary Architecture 2022/EU Mies Award 2022 • Bring Your Project • Piranesi Award • Contemporary Housing-Housing 21
Good Urban Life
Walks + Action
This year’s GOOD URBAN LIFE project encounters action. Through performances and workshops in public spaces, images of urban interventions are carried out.
ARCHITECTS-PROJECT-PRACTITIONERS is a series of lectures and presentations for professionals. During the seminar ideas and information in the field of design, use of new and innovative materials and products are shared.
We are discovering Belgrade in the company of architects, art historians and artists, and sometimes we go even to Novi Sad, Kragujevac, Subotica, Šabac…
BINA is part of the European architectural network. BINA encourages the mobility of authors and the exchange of programs, knowledge and experiences. Behind us are numerous international exhibitions, conferences, workshops and exhibitions. We are heading towards new European projects.
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.