Seoul Design Foundation has launched a Human City Design Award in partnership with Saint-Etienne and Nagoya UNESCO Cities of Design. This international Award is addressed to designers or groups that have contributed to building a more harmonious and sustainable relationship between men and their environment, tackling urban environmental issues and by presenting a new vision […]
The XII Florence Biennale will take place from 18 to 27 October 2019 at Fortezza da Basso in Firenze (Florence), Italy. Themed “Ars et Ingenium – Toward Leonardo da Vinci’s Legacy of Similitude and Invention”, the XIIth Florence Biennale is part of the 2019 programme of initiatives aimed at celebrating the genius and art of […]
Belgrade Design Week won competition to represent Serbia at the 58th International Art Biennale in Venice
Djordje Ozbolt’s project “Regaining Memory Loss” has won this year’s fierce competition to represent Serbia at the 58th International Art Biennale in Venice, from May 11th to November 24th 2019. Belgrade Design Week has submitted this exhibition and won the nation-wide competition by The Serbian Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with the Author himself. The Curator […]
The Human Cities/ 2014-2018 project book “Challenging the City Scale, journeys in People-Centred Design” is available in bookshops. After a first publication oriented on research and inspirational case studies of the Human Cities/ project, multidisciplinary network that gathers partners from 11 European cities, this final publication is the story of the experiences and cooperation addressed to a large audience of people interested […]
Words by Dr Natasha Cica Director, Kapacity.org Incoming Director, Heide Museum of Modern Art In February 2017, THINKtent was presented in Kragujevac at a conference for the HUMAN CITIES/Challenging the City Scale 2014-18 project, co-financed by the EU Creative Europe programme. This initiative engages cities in France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Finland, Estonia, Poland, Austria, […]
BELGRADE DESIGN WEEK ORGANIZED THE INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE CONFERENCE “HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD” KRAGUJEVAC 2017
After Sent Etienne, London and Milan, the international creative urban planning-architectural conference “HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD”, gathered partners from eleven European cities – Sent Etienne, London, Milan, Ljubljana, Graz, Cieszyn, Helsinki, Bilbao, Tallinn, Brussels and Kragujevac – in Kragujevac’s venerable First Gymnasium. “We are very satisfied to be, among the first in Serbia, part of this important […]
The “Creative Grand Park” is a result of collaboration between the City of Kragujevac, Foundation “Dragica Nikolic” and Belgrade Design Week, co-financed by the Creative Europe program of the EU. As the Serbian representative in the EU program, BDW’s project is built as the first private – public partnership of its kind. The playground was jointly […]
INTERNATIONAL BDW CREATIVE CONFERENCE “HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD“ IN KRAGUJEVAC 17. FEBRUARY 2017, FROM 14:00 – 20:00, IN THE ASSEMBLY HALL OF THE FIRST GYMNASIUM OF KRAGUJEVAC, DANIČIĆ STREET NO 1, ORGANIZED BY BELGRADE DESIGN WEEK WITH SUPPORT OF THE CITY OF KRAGUJEVAC Belgrade Design Week welcomes its partners from eleven European cities to the unique […]
Thank you Monocle Magazine for featuring the Human Cities/ project and BDW’s Initiative 100 Creative Playgrounds for the Children of Serbia! Belgrade Design Week welcomes its partners from eleven European cities to the unique international creative event “HUMAN CITIES/ SHARING CLOUD – Kragujevac 2017”, inviting the broadest public, citizens and citizens initiatives, architects, urban planers, […]
The relationship to the Grand Park in Kragujevac is established through the recognition of the park in terms of other major projects that form the backbone of the city’s development.
Within the “Grand Creative Park” project were presented the results of the analysis and possible design solutions of the future look of the Grand Park, in the amphitheater of the Faculty of Engineering, organized by the Belgrade Design Week and the City of Kragujevac.
The “GRAND CREATIVE PARK OF THE CITY OF KRAGUJEVAC” initiative is BDW’s contribution to HUMAN CITIES/ project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, as part of the “100 Creative Playgrounds for the Children of Serbia” campaign.