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  • Exhibition: Copenhagen Solutions

    By Архитектонски факултет on 30/11/2015
    /23rd Nov - 10th Dec 2015/Gallery AULA of the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade/ The exhibition shows how the Danish Universities and cleantech sector together with the City of Copenhagen are creating what will become the first CO² neutral capital in the world...
  • Profile Magazine: Putting New Knowledge into Practice – Student Projects on the Schüco Parametric System

    By Архитектонски факултет on 13/11/2015
    The latest issue of German architectural magazine Profile (PROFILE No.15/2015) offers an introduction into the work of three of our students - Milan Pejčinović, Tamara Ilić and Predrag Milovanović. The topic of this issue is Teamwork, pages 66 and 67 present the student projects in an article under the title Putting New Knowledge into Practice: Student projects on the Schüco parametric System by Britta Rohlfing. The article explains the cooperation of our school and the German company Schüco, the Schüco Parametric System and presents coursework done under the tutorship of Assistent Professor Mirjana Devetaković-Radojević.
  • International workshop: Smart and Creative Cities for Knowledge-based Societies

    By Архитектонски факултет on 05/11/2015
    /05-09th November, 2015//University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture/ The Workshop is inspired by the vision to activate the potentials of Belgrade and to present positive initiatives that aim to foster a more economically, ecologically and socially sustainable development of cities in the CEE-region. The Workshop will bring together at the same table representatives of the academic community, policy-makers and practitioners...
  • RIBA procedure for validation is successfully finalised!

    By Архитектонски факултет on 02/11/2015
    Bachelor Studies of Architecture (OASA) and Master Studies of Architecture (MASA) will be accredited with equivalent RIBA Part 1 and RIBA Part 2. This is to include study programmes commenced in 2014/15, current 2015/16 and following academic years.