The workshop “Unforeseen Impulses of Modernism: The Case of New Belgrade Blocks” took place at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture (Belgrade, Serbia) in cooperation with University of Antwerp (Antwerp, Belgium) and OWL University of Applied Sciences (Detmold, Germany) from 19.11.2018 until 29.11.2018.
The workshop was organized within the Erasmus+ Program of Mobility for students and staff and signed inter-institutional agreement between OWL University of Applied Sciences (HS OWL) and the University of Belgrade 2018-2020.
The main objective of the workshop was generating and sharing knowledge around the topic of Reuse of Modernist Buildings, the topic of interest for both partner institutions and the expertise of the PhD Researcher / Teaching Staff Anica Dragutinovic, M. Arch. that was the author and supervisor of the workshop.The workshop opened on 19.11.2018 with the lecture of Anica Dragutinovic, when the student´s task was presented as well.
The workshop program included lectures, site visits of the case study – the first task “Photo walk New Belgrade”, further group work at the Faculty of Architecture, and the final exhibition that was open until 07.12.2018 at the Faculty of Architecture.
/ Object of research: New Belgrade Housing Blocks
(case study: Block 01, 21, 23, 62 and 70a)
/ Topic: Unforeseen impulses of Modernism
In the workshop participated 55 students of Bachelor, Integrated and Master Academic Studies of Architecture, organized into 15 teams (3 teams per case study / block).
Group A_Block 1:
Team A1: Milica Surla, Helena Planjanin, Aleksandra Til, Nevena Ašković, Marija Stojković
Team A2: Eli Janja Stojanović, Maša Femić, Nevena Filipović, Jovana Petronijević
Team A3: Marija Milovanović, Nikola Erić, Jovan Matović, Marija Matijević
Group B_Block 21:
Team B1: Elena Jaramazović, Marija Todorović, Anja Drašković, Natalija Jagličić
Team B2: Jovana Antić, Tamara Vićović, Milica Videnović, Igor Đurović, Mladen Stankić
Team B3: Aleksandra Stevanović, Milica Jovičić, Andrej Jovanović, Ivana Pjević
Group C_Block 23:
Team C1: Aleksandra Maksimović, Nevena Đurić, Katarina Dimitrijević, Milica Božović
Team C2: Zlata Stanojević, Aleksandra Stojanović, Nikolina Lalić, Olga Mišković
Team C3: Teodora Ćirić, Marko Ristić, Jovan Ristić, Jelena Korolja
Group D_Block 62:
Team D1: Sanja Kotvaš Mima Savić
Team D2: Milica Petrinjak, Maša Drača, Marko Gavrilović
Team D3: Milica Brajović, Filip Nikolić
Group E_Block 70a:
Team E1: Milja Mladenović, Ana Dodić, Aleksandra Đalović
Team E2: Đurđa Đukić, Tamara Kamberović, Ana Kostić
Team E3: Ana Ristić, Sara Stanković, Tamara Koneska, Katarina Ognjenović
The students were focused on identifications and mappings of unforeseen impulses of Modernism, reactions on space and interventions in space that were generated during the time; and further understanding the needs and potentials; and at the end suggestions of possible future interventions according to the identified elements / principles / impulses of modernism, and in the contemporary context of New Belgrade Blocks.
The results acheived during the wokshop, were evaluated on the final exhibition on 29.11.2018 by critics, tutors and supervisor. The 3 teams around Block 23 were evaluated as the most successful. The results of the workshop as a whole, and also the best results separately, will be exhibited on the DOCOMOMO Germany + RMB Conference in Berlin, that will be organized in March 2019. More about the RMB project and the Berlin conference: http://www.rmb-eu.com/
The workshop organization and realization
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture (UB-FA), Serbia, in cooperation with University of Antwerp (UAntwerp), Belgium, and OWL University of Applied Sciences (HS OWL), Germany, with the support of Erasmus+, “Reuse of Modernist Buildings (RMB)” project and DOCOMOMO Germany.
Author and supervisor:
Anica Dragutinovic, Assistant / PhD Researcher (HS OWL / UAntwerp)
dr Ana Nikezic, Associate Professor (UB – FA)
dr Jelena Zivkovic, Associate Professor (UB – FA)
dr Jelena Ristic Trajkovic, Assistant Professor (UB – FA)
Aleksandra Milovanovic+ Marija Cvetkovic+ Nikola Popovic+ Stefan Slavic; PhD Students (UB – FA) Djordje Bulajic+ Teodora Spasic; MASA studens (UB – FA)
To apply for Erasmus+ mobility at the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture please contact the International Office: Maryse Niemeier maryse.niemeier(at)hs-owl.de