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Beograd Unbuilt (1⁠/2)

Architecture of Territory invites you to the final review of this spring’s design studio BEOGRAD UNBUILT: PROJECT FOR PUBLIC LANDSCAPES.

The research and design semester focused on the urban body formed by Belgrade’s many green islands and open spaces enclosed within the built fabric. Amidst often conflicted political interests projected in urban space, the idea of public landscape can begin to serve as crucial common ground. In the light of the city’s ravenous development, both formal and informal, we propose to rethink once again the meaning of the UNBUILT, and envision its contemporary form.

Student Projects

  1. 1
    Ada Ciganlija and Ada Medjica: Leisure Island and the City’s Water Reserve

    Joel Hösle and Yves Merkofer

  2. 2
    Great War Island: Nature Reserve at the Heart of the City

    Matilde Negri and Andrew Suiter

  3. 3
    Zvezdara Šuma: Observatory on a Forested Hilltop

    Eric Bonhôte and Fabrizio Gramegna

  4. 4
    Highway Corridor: Industrial Zone under (Green) Cover

    Michiel Gieben and Katarina Savic

  5. 5
    Third Belgrade Pond: Privatised Wetlands in the Periphery

    Melina Ehrler and Mélanie Lai

  6. 6
    Kumodraž Slopes: Agriculture Besieged by Settlements

    Toja Coray and Daria Ryffel

  7. 7
    Avala Mountain: Monuments at the Metropolitan Fringe

    Beatrice Kiser and Corina Tripet