Almaški kraj is a specific part of the centre of Novi Sad, characteristic not onlz for its rich heritage, but also for the demonstrated resolution of its residents to preserve their neighbourhood. The Centre for Architecture Belgrade has been supporting the activities of NGO Almašani almost from their beginning.

Almaški kraj, Building heritage, Heritage, Novi Sad

Summer school of architecture takes place in Kotor again this year, traditionally in a prison where, probably, we all belong.

Architecture, Building heritage, Heritage, Kotor, Montenegro, Summer school of architecture

Workshop Women as Belgrade Builders  which Centre for Architecture Belgrade realized in cooperation with Belgrade Elementary School  “Branislav Nušić” is successfully finished, and this occasion was marked by a visit with the pupils to the subject city sites.

Architects, Architecture, Belgrade, Beograd, Building heritage, Centar za arhitekturu, Graditeljke Beograda, Jelisaveta Načić, Milica Krstić, Milica Šterić, Women in architecture, Workshop

After a successful initiative that lasted through the months of September and October last year, Centre for Architecture Belgrade continues the work on the promotion and affirmation of Women in architecture, as well as architectural values in general.

Beograd, Building heritage, Centar za arhitekturu, Graditeljke Beograda, Women in architecture

In the first feature of the current project by CAB: Women in Architecture, art historian Bojana Ibrajter Gazibara introduces us to the life and work of Jelisaveta Načić, the first woman architect in Serbia.

Architects, Architecture, Beograd, Bojana Ibrajter Gazibara, Building heritage, Jelisaveta Načić, Women in architecture

Milena Zindović of Centre for Architecture Belgrade was invited by lecturers from Tunghai University in Taiwan to participate as a guest critic at the final presentation of the Tunghai architecture summer studio in Rome, which took place end of July in the Cornell AAP studio space in Rome.

Architecture, Building heritage, Rome, Tunghai University, Urban public space

Preservation of the Cultural Landscape and Built Heritage represents the framework of the urban plan for the town of Perast. Perast is located on the south-western slope of the Sveti Ilija hill, opposite the Verige strait, the natural entrance into the inner Kotor-Risan basin of the branchy Bokokotorski Bay. The town of Perast is a protected urban area which is part of the Natural and Cultural-Historical Region of Kotor inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage list.

Building heritage, Landscape, Montenegro, Perast, Urban design, Urban planning

Brownfields in the city of Banjaluka and their relevance for its' urban history and memory.

The brownfield sites found across the City of Banja Luka are devastated and disused industries and military bases, run-down and abandoned public facilities, like hospitals, prisons, schools, cultural centres, neighbourhood centres, etc., residential buildings, as well as abandoned railway facilities and utility infrastructure, even neglected green areas.

Brownfield, Building heritage, Urban design

Topic: „The methodology of conservation and restoration of brick walls, lime and mud systems & management of energy consumption”

The Summer school of Architecture takes place in Bač,Vojvodina, Serbia, 25-30 August 2013

Architecture, Bač, Building heritage, Heritage, Summer school of architecture, Sustainable development