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.
Gallery Prisma, Bolzano, Italy
The group exhibition curated by David Callas was created as collaboration between the Cultural Center of Belgrade (KCB), the Belgrade International Architecture Week (BINA) and the Sudtiroler Kunstlerbund (SKB).
Join us at the 22nd edition of the Days of Oris Festival, which will take place on November 4 and 5, 2022 (Friday starting at 2:00 p.m. and Saturday starting at 10:00 a.m.) in the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb.
21 — 22 October 2022
Faculty of Architecture of the University of Ljubljana
Zoisova 12, Ljubljana
2022 LINA Conference
Architecture has the power to control space. It can enable its exploitation as a resource, carve it into usable surfaces and exploit the goods created from raw materials extracted from the earth’s surface. These products, however, carry a definite expiration date. Once they are no longer deemed useful, the vast majority are discarded and replaced by new upon new volumes constructed from freshly extracted and processed raw materials. New construction occupies and exploits increasing areas of previously unused space.