Centre for Architecture Belgrade's project Juveline Detention Facility Kruševac, Serbia has been nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2013.

Water purification plant Novoselija 2 in Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, designed by the members of Centre for architecture team, is finally completed. Official opening of the second phase was held on the 27th of September 2012, in the presence of the president of Republic of Srpska, mayor of Banjaluka, president of the city assembly and other distinguished guests.

Volume 73-74 of the magazine DaNS is dedicated to the new generation of architects: Autori, re:a.c.t., Antipod, team of architects from FTN Novi Sad, a2arhitektura, im.architectur, 4of7. The theme of new architectural ideas includes a text by the Centre for Architecture entitled Instead of a manifesto.

Centre for Architecture presented two papers at the interational symposium New Urbanity: Cities vs. Global Challenges, entitled "Skadarlija and the Old Brewery – Urban Reconstruction Case Study" and "Industrial Heritage Buildings as a Resource of Modern Urban Development". The symposium took place from April 26th to April 28th 2012 in Belgrade.

Centre for Architecture exhibited at the 34th Architecture Salon the project for KPD Kruševac. Architecture Salon took place in April 2012 in the Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade.

Organized by the Centre for Architecture, the retrospective exhibition "Formulas" of the architectural office Sadar+Vuga from Ljubljana took place in the Geozavod building in Karađorđeva Street, Belgrade, in October 2010.