29 APRIL 2013
We are very happy to announce a cooperation with nextroom! Beside mediation of architecture on-site (guided architectural tours), we are also active in the promotion and documentation of architecture, specially contemporary architecture in Serbia and the region. Since 2005 we write for the architecture magazine A10. With nextroom we have a new partner and great opportunity to continue our activities.
19 - 22 APRIL 2013
We welcomed Zeynep Kuban, our guiding-architects network partner from Arkistan, Istanbul, and associated professor at the Istanbul Technical University, with a group of students from the History of Architecture department. We had a great time during the two days architecture tour in Belgrade and two days excursion in the interior of the country, visiting Serbian medieval architecture and fortifications, the oriental-modernistic-bizarre city of Novi Pazar and the Šumarice WWII memorial park.
Photography: Cengiz Tokgoz
10 FEBRUARY 2013
We are happy to share 360Belgrade´s newly launched Facebook page with you! START!
30 JANUARY 2013
We are looking forward the Guiding Architects annual meeting taking place in Istanbul from 31 January to 3 February 2013 and hosted by our network partner Arkistan! See more in A10...
23 NOVEMBER 2012
We organised a short but very dense two days tour for the 0815 Architects from Biel-Bienne, Switzerland.
29 SEPTEMBER 2012
European journalists who have met for the n-ost Media Conference end of September in Belgrade were our guests for a Belgrade concise mini tour.
14 - 17 JUNE 2012
We organised a four-days architecture excursion together with our network partner ga moscow for the German company Sto AG - StoDesign Forum in Belgrade.
10 JUNE 2012
We start our regularly scheduled 2,5 hours
SUNDAY WALKING TOURS on four different themes in Belgrade on 10 June 2012.
MÉLANGE: 10 JUNE, 8 JULY, 5 AUG
CONFLUENCE: 17 JUNE, 15 JULY, 12 AUG
RADIANT CITY: 24 JUNE, 22 JULY, 19 AUG
METROPOLIS: 1 JULY, 29 JULY, 26 AUG
Advanced booking is required.
The tours start every Sunday at 11:30 am.
DOWNLOAD THE TOUR DESCRIPTIONS INCLUDING PRICES AND MEETING PLACES (2MB)!
Programme and prices valid until end of August 2012!
3 MAY 2012
First public presentation of 360BEOGRAD together with our network partner form Istanbul, Orhan Esen, within the BINA 2012 - Belgrade International Architecture Week in the Artget Gallery in Belgrade:
Photography: Senja Vild ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
10 FEB 2012
We are proud new members of the
Guiding Architects Network:
Guiding Architects atop the O-14 Tower during the 2012 annual meeting in Dubai, UAE, Photo: Josephus Taboada
360BEOGRAD offers four types of guided tours depending on your interests and available time. The tours are held in German, English and Serbo-Croat. They are fitted for all friends of architecture and urbanism.
SUNDAY WALKING TOURS of 2.5 hours on four different themes in Belgrade: the Mélange, the Confluence, the Radiant City, the Metropolis. The tours are taken on foot, by bike and public transport. Advanced booking is required. More informations: see top of the page!
SEVERAL-DAY TOURS of Belgrade's modern and contemporary architecture, giving an insight into the city´s historical development, the period of modernisation, Yugoslav modernism after WWII and today´s process of transition, bringing the architectural and urban development in the context of social and political background. The tours are taken on foot, by charter bus and by boat. Send an email or phone us to find out more.
BELGRADE TAILOR MADE TOURS, adapted to meet special requirements of our guests, allow profound introductions to specific themes in Belgrade. These tours can complement research topics, they can also lead to lectures or workshops in Belgrade or abroad. They are fitted for faculties, professionals, institutions and companies in the field of real estate and construction industry. The tours are taken on foot and by charter bus.
TAILOR MADE TOURS IN THE REGION, visiting cities inside Serbia, the republics of former Yugoslavia, as well as socialist memorials and more en route. These tours are held in cooperation with our local partner architects who guide our guests through the cities like Novi Sad, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Priština, Skoplje etc., introducing the manifold historical developments as well as the common heritage of Yugoslav architecture. The tours are taken by charter bus.
Belgrade is a city of profound and dynamic transformations. Through its 7.000 years long history, the city has not experienced any long-term continuous development. All too often, the city, desired for its strategic importance, has been conquered, destroyed and rebuilt. If you perceive cities as a treasury of individual and collective multilayered history, then Belgrade is the right place.
Within the last two centuries, Belgrade underwent a fundamental change from a provincial Ottoman border town into a modern capital of a large new nation, Yugoslavia, only to change again into a large capital of a small country, the Republic of Serbia in 2006. That same year Belgrade was declared City of the Future in Southern Europe as part of a competition run by the Financial Times which may signify yet a new cycle of transformation. All these changes produce a mélange of contrasting layers of ambients and architecture embedded in marvellous topography.
360BEOGRAD is an informal platform dealing with the mediation of architecture and urbanism issues by a direct contact with the city through professionally guided architecture tours. 360BEOGRAD is also engaged in urban research, in the organisation of lectures and workshops and the exchange of experience and knowledge in the fields of architecture and urbanism, with the special focus on the city of Belgrade.
360BEOGRAD was established by five Belgrade architects with common objectives, intercultural backgrounds and complementing skills in 2012.
Photography: Ana Kostić
From left to right: Miodrag Ninić, Olga Lazarević, Marko Todorović, Vesna Vučinić and Nikola Andonov; our associate advisor is Ivan Kucina.
Miodrag Ninić (b.1981) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade in 2009 majoring in theory and history of architecture and art. He practices architectural design, writing and critique, further multimedial art and art writing. He is one of the founders of the Initiative for Architecture engaged in the preservation of cultural values of the city of Belgrade.
Olga Lazarević (b. 1985) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade in 2011. She has been a Serbian National Contact for EASA - European Architectural Students Assembly. She has won several awards in the fields of architecture and film and participated in divers exhibitions, including also the Serbian pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2012.
Marko Todorović (b. 1978) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade in 2006. He is one of the founding members of the architectural studio POLIGON in Belgrade, established in 2007, and the initiator of the IAI - Initiative for Architecture of Exhibiting, a project on exhibit design and curatorial practices.
Vesna Vučinić (b. 1972) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning at the Vienna University of Technology in 1999. She co-founded the architecture studio Arhikulture based in Belgrade and Vienna in 2001. Since 2005 she is a Serbia correspondent for A10 - New European Architecture. Since 2009, she has been running a design course at the Institute for Architecture and Design, Vienna University of Technology.
Nikola Andonov (b. 1986) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Belgrade in 2011. He is active in organising professional journeys, workshops and lectures. He has exhibited at several exhibitions, including also the Serbian pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2008 and 2012.
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Background image: Ivan Antić, interior refurbishment by 4of7 , 25 May Sports Centre, Belgrade. Photography: Milica Lopičić