Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

Introducing another large-scale competitive project of the Center for the Promotion of Science Center for Promotion of Science for Belgrade (Serbia), this time designed by a group of Serbian architects.
Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

Most recently, we wrote about the futuristic “floating” center building from the Austrian architectural studio Wolfgang Tschapeller. This time, local authors Milos Zivkovic, Nebojsa Stevanovic, Janko Tadic, Aleksandar Gusic and Slobodanka Tadic joined forces to develop an innovative proposal.
Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

The main concept of the project was the unification of large public territories and micro-spaces within the same block with futuristic architecture.
Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

According to the authors, the center and the adjacent territory will provide, first of all, for comfortable conditions for pedestrians, while car traffic and parking are “sent” to the underground part of the block, which has convenient exits to the main, above-ground part.
Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

The total built-up area was 11,100 square meters, and the construction cost was 15.5 million euros.
Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects
Belgrade Center for Promotion of Science project from Serbian architects

You can get acquainted with the work of one of the authors of the project, Milos Zivkovic, by visiting his personal website: //www.miloszivkovic.com/index.html

Watch the video: Bata Mileusnić, citizen of New Belgrade on living in Six corporals skyscrapers (December 2019).

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