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Belgrade Design Week and the City of Kragujevac are inviting you to the presentation of the concept of the “Grand Creative park of the City of Kragujevac” project, in realization of Foundation “Dragica Nikolic” and Belgrade Design Week, as part of the “100 Creative Playgrounds for the Children of Serbia” project. The presentation will be held on Wednesday, 11th May 2016, at 11 AM, in the Kragujevac’s City Administration building, hall NR. 105.

The project is implemented under the creative guidance of architect/professor Aleksandru Vuja and his architectural studio DVA, in cooperation with the team of experts from Belgrade Design Week and Brand New World from Zurich, Switzerland, as consultants, with the support of the partnering HUMAN CITIES /members.

The presentation of the “Grand Creative park of the City of Kragujevac” project will be attended by:

Ms. Dragica Nikolic, president of the Foundation “Dragica Nikolic”

Radomir Nikolic, Mayor of the City of Kragujevac

Jovan Jelovac, founder of the Belgrade Design Week

prof. Aleksandru Vuja, architecture DVA Studio

The first design and building phase of the project will be realized thanks to a donation of the Foundation “Dragica Nikolić” to the City of Kragujevac.

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Running in the morning through the city (down what the germans call a fussgangerzone) and being amazed by all the grand empty old buildings that reminded me of my Berlin beginnings. Grafitti on buildings. Lovely broken walls with acne'd facades from decades of reverse engineering. Discovering that all the ships on the river were party boats and open till the morning. Sweating so much in one of the clubs, my phone got messed up. Losing phone in said club. Visiting belgrade police station to report a then stolen phone to a twenty-something cop with a doctor's lab coat, listening to Rammstein (loudly) while hacking out my report on a pre-electric typewriter that looked (and sounded) as if it was from some era before typewriters were invented.   Thinking of Naked Lunch. Thinking of Die-Hard. Listening to architects talk about porous facades. Thinking of old smart bombs. Imagining the flash and crunch of several floors of reinforced concrete collapsing in on themselves. Wondering why I'm the only interactive guy here. Why are there so many beautiful women in Belgrade? Why are there so many beautiful women in Belgrade?!

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