Exhibitions category:


Exhibition Balkans Unlimited at Sofia Architecture Week 2011

Tara and Kopaonik Mountain Homes are featured at the exhibition Balkans Unlimited curated by Simon de Jong, Ljubo Georgiev and Hans Ibelings, 01.-06. November 2011

http://edno.bg/en/sofia_architecture_week/exhibitions/neogranitcheni-balkani/


Exhibition Moments in Architecture, Wiena

http://www.vig.com/en/press/architektur-im-ringturm/detail/belgrade-moments-in-architecture.html

From 19 July until 11 November 2011

Belgrade Moments in Architecture. Editor Adolph Stiller. approx. 130 pages. Publisher: Mary&Salzmann, Salzburg 2011.


Exhibition ‘New Praxis’ at BINA

Will be showing random segments of our work along with: raum, re:act, antipod and others. Exhibition opens on May 11th and lasts till May 24th, at Resavska 40b, Belgrade. http://www.bina.rs/


Polycentric Ceiliing at Mikser Design Expo 2010

The prototype is an amended version of Ping Pong, project started as a competition entry for the Serbian Pavilion at 12th Venice Biennale of Architecture http://www.mikser.rs/


Recent work on show at Ozone Art Space

Several projects are on display for a week at Ozone Art Space, including: Tara Mountain Home, Kopaonik Mountain Home, Welness sky, Faqra apartments and Pedistric Clinic in East Africa. Below is the photo of  opening night.


Schlarafia prototype is on show at 47th Exhibition of Furniture in Belgrade

from 12.11.2009 to 18.11.2009

address: Bulevar vojvode Misica 14, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia


Snow City

study for London Festival of Architecture 2008

home pageDramatic temperature changes, sudden rainfall and rapid changes in pollutant levels  our cities climates are becoming more and more difficult to predict. Architects and planners are faced with increasingly complex and uncertain information when shaping tomorrows cities. Does this mean there should be a radical rethink of how we develop urban space? Introduction from the Dana Centre May 2008.

The landscape of Snow City is a representation of a world inundated with snow and reshaped accordingly. How might the world respond to various climatic conditions, and specifically to snow? In order to understand this premise, it is necessary to look to the natural environment and how geography is constantly transforming itself with the forces exerted in the course of seasonal and long-term changes. Read more