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.
2- 6 November 2021
Workshop / Panel / Round Table
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.
Kulturni centar Beograda, Računarski fakultet u Beogradu
Week of architecture in the programme of Kaleidoscope of Culture which is organized by
Foundation “Novi Sad – European capital of culture” and Society od Female Architects - ŽAD
OPENS building, Novi Sad
Wednesday 08.09.2021. at 7 p.m.
Our partners from Timisoara BETA City have announced a competition for a temporary architectural installation at one of the central city locations - 700 Market. The competition is opened for participants from Romania, Serbia and Hungary. The competition is open until August 1, 2021.
More details about the competition can be found here.
BELGRADE SCHOOL OF HOUSING 1960–1980. COMPLEXITY OF IDEAS
Belgrade Cultural Center, Art Gallery, Knez Mihailova 6, Belgrade
Author: Tanja Damljanović Konli and Co-author: Dragana Mecanov, do.co.mo.mo Serbia;
Assistants: Mia Stevanović, Tamara Nikolić, Nevena Ašković;
Design: Marina Dokmanović; Production: BINA
ON LINE panel disscusion (in English)
18:00 - 20:00 h
Participants: Kimberly Zarecor (USA), Florian Urban (UK), Vladimir Kulić (USA),
Moderators: Vladimir Lojanica, Tanja Damljanović Conley (Serbia).
Follow the discussion via Social Networks and YouTube channels, Cultural Center of Belgrade.