19.00 EXHIBITION OPENING
Authors: URED studio: Nikola Milanović, Hristina Stojanović, Ivana Lovrinčević i Studio AKVS: Anđela Karabašević i Vladislav Sudžum
→ Faculty of Fine Arts, Scandinavian Pavilion, Mila Milunovića 1, Senjak
Exhibition is opened until 30.05.2019.
By taking part in the exhibition Bring your project, organized by the Belgrade International Architecture Week (BINA), URED studio is presenting results of its interdisciplinary practice showing built projects of various types and scales, expanding from architectural design, refurbishment, adaptive reuse, interior design, competition projects and workshop tutoring. Studio AKVS will present their work from user’s perspective, through camera objective – a photograph or a computational simulation of space. At the exhibition and the accompanying lecture, selected projects will be discussed via 7 topics that closely define studio’s approach to architectural design – light, air, material, inside-outside, everyday life scenarios, individual interpretation and free flow.
URED architecture studio was formed and based in Belgrade in 2013. by a group of young architects. The studio produces multidisciplinary work ranging from architectural design, interior design, refurbishment and adaptive reuse, and also architectural research. In the field of architectural design, the studio has been working so far on designing buildings of different typologies, primarily residential and commercial types. Team members expand the field of architectural design by doing academic research at the Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade, where they are also enrolled in the teaching process. URED studio’s work has been widely recognised and published nationally and internationally and awarded multiple times.
AKVS architecture is multiply awarded architectural studio based in Belgrade, Serbia. Their research and designs are focused on atmospheric spatial systems that offer multiplicities of experiences for its users. They are currently working on a project for Serbian Embassy in Canberra, Australia, and on the project for redefining standard housing layouts in Russian Federation (in cooperation with Strelka KB), following two first prize awards they won on architectural competitions last year.