Women’s creativity in architecture and design: European and local context

Important information: The duration of the program has been extended to 16 June!  Museum of Applied Arts Belgrade and Women’s Architectural Society ŽAD present to you the Program Women’s creativity in architecture and design: European and local context.  The program consists of three guest exhibitions on the topic of women in…

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First Lady of Montenegrin Architecture

Svetlana Kana Radević (1937-2000) is one of the most important Montenegrin architects. Her architecture marked the Modern movement in Montenegro and defined a standard in architecture that few can achieve. She is the youngest winner of the federal Borba award for architecture (1968), the only women, as well as the…

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Atelier LIK: Success supported by female solidarity

Waiting for a flight for your summer destination, or simply by walking around the Belgrade airport to kill time while waiting for a flight, you probably noticed the spacious hall of the old airport building – on a square base, with a geometrical roof, a now glazed atrium, marble wall…

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MoMoWo – 100 European women architects

The MoMoWo – Modern Movement Women project, as part of European Union’s Creative Culture program, is currently underway with the patronage of six EU countries: France, Netherlands, Italy, Slovenia, Portugal and Spain. A special jury selected 100 best women architects in Europe in the period of one century, from 1918 to 2018, and each author has a dedicated…

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Eva Vaništa Lazarević: Architecture and Emotions

To mark the founding of the Women’s Architectural Society we are publishing the interview with one of its founders and its first president, prof. PhD Eva Vaništa Lazarević, full-time professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade University, from the book Women in Architecture. Prof. Vaništa Lazarević is the author of numerous publications dealing with topics of…

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Exhibition Her Circle in Paris!

Exhibition “Her Circle”, after its premiere at Belgrade’s Kolektiv gallery as part of the Mikser festival 2016 (8 – 12 june), where it was successfully reviewed by the professional and general public, is moving to Paris, where it will open on July 2 at 7 pm in the premises of the Serbian Cultural Center. The exhibition, which showcases…

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Ljiljana Bakić: Ground-breaking Architecture

On women in architecture in Serbia, we certainly cannot talk without mentioning Ljiljana Bakić, an author who, both individually and in cooperation with her husband  Dragoljub Bakić, designed and built a large number of buildings in Belgrade and other cities in Serbia, as well as abroad. Today, the couple lives…

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Women’s Diary 2016

Women builders are the topic of this year’s Women’s Diary, published by the Provincial Secretariat for Economy, Employment and Gender Equality, with the support from  UN Women. This publication’s aim is to highlight the activities of women participating in the processes that are important to society, yet who often remain insufficiently…

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