Beograd Unbuilt – Project for Public Landscape
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture has organized an extra-curricular design workshop (17th – 23rd March 2018.) as an collaboration with ETH Zurich, Architecture of Territory Master Design studio. Seminar week included study visits to various locations in Belgrade and the group work at the Library of the Faculty of Architecture.
Belgrade Unbuilt — Project for Public Landscape workshop is a part of the curriculum of the semestral program within the first year of the Master design studio Architecture of Territory (Assistant Prof Milica Topalović) of ETH, Zurich, whilst for the students of the first year Master’s degree at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, the workshop was conducted as an extra-curricular activity.
The workshop consisted of two segments: a study tour of selected sites with the expert guidance, followed by the works in the groups. Through collaborative work, students considered the importance and significance, as well as the possibilities for public landscapes as an urban potential for the city of Belgrade.
In particular, considering the different cultural and methodological backgrounds, mixed groups of students were exploring the potentials and challenges of further development for locations such as: Zvezdara Forest, The Great War Island, Ada Međica, green belt along the highway, Kumodraž slopes, Veliko Blato lake, as well as the Avala area.
Presentation of the workshop results was organised in front of the mixed teams of mentors (ETH Zurich: Milica Topalović, Assistant Prof, Thaïs de Roquemaurel, Metaxia Markaki, Karoline Kostka, Ferdinand Pappenheim; UoB – Faculty of Architecture: Pavle Stamenović, PhD, Assistant Prof, Nataša Janković, PhD, research associate, Miloš Kostić and Hristina Stojanović, teaching assistants), guest critics (UoB – Faculty of Architecture: Marija Milinković, PhD, Assistant Prof, Ana Nikezić, PhD, Assistant Prof; UoB – Faculty of Forestry: Dragana Ćorović, PhD, Assistant Prof, Andrija Tutundžić, associate and architects Jelena Pančevac and Davor Ereš), as well as other colleagues and students from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, with the aim of presenting observations and suggestions developed within the workshop.
The presentation was organized in the form of an open discussion where comments and opened topics should serve for further work and development of projects (and workshop proposals), both for students from Belgrade and colleagues from Zurich.
The presentation was organized in the form of an open discussion crits. Assistant Prof, Ana Nikezić from Architecture Faculty in Belgrade is talking. | Photo: Thaïs de Roquemaurel
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Pavle Stamenović, PhD, Assistant Prof, Nataša Janković, PhD, research associate, Miloš Kostić and Hristina Stojanović, teaching assistants
Guest Critics: (UoB – Faculty of Architecture: Marija Milinković, PhD, Assistant Prof, Ana Nikezić, PhD, Assistant Prof; UoB – Faculty of Forestry: Dragana Ćorović, PhD, Assistant Prof, Andrija Tutundžić, associate and architects Jelena Pančevac and Davor Ereš)
Prof. Milica Topalović + Hans Hortig + Karoline Kostka + Metaxia Markaki + Ferdinand Pappenheim + Thaïs de Roquemaurel