“100 CREATIVE BDW PLAYGROUNDS” & MORE

Premiere

“100 CREATIVE BDW PLAYGROUNDS” IS CONTINUING TO BLOSSOM: THIS TIME ON FILM ABOUT THE FIRST KALEMEGDAN PLAYGROUND. CHECK OUT THE LATEST PREMIERE: A SHORT FILM BY OUR TALENTED PHOTOGRAPHER VLADIMIR MILADINOVIĆ PIKI!

PLUS:
Radio Monocle 24
Recognized the quality of our creative playground!

Listen the show here.

MORE THAN JUST A GAME

“100 CREATIVE BDW PLAYGROUNDS”  was recently launched at one of Belgrade’s locations best tted for such a project: Kalemegdan Park.

In partnership with the City of Belgrade and the company LAMDA DEVELOPMENT as primary investors, Embassy of Finland in Serbia and Finnish company LAPPSET as partners, based on a project of a young architecture studio from Belgrade: MADA, and executed by Belgrade City Parks, during August 2013 Belgrade Design Week proudly opened the rst „designed“ children’s playground in Serbia.

This is only the beginning of a great creative adventure!

The first ever Creative Forum Serbia – Powered by Samsung, was one of the highlights of this year’s Belgrade Design Week.

BDW in The New York Times – “Belgrade Design Week helped create a completely new view of the Serbian capital to one of the world’s most respectable media”.

Nothing escapes  Clemens Weisshaar’s watchful eye – pointing towards the future, he encourages us to brutally rethink the present…We enjoyed his inspiring speech at the BDW 2013 Conference.

 

Check out the new triumph of BDW’s old friends – Zaha Hadid Architects: Library and Learning Centre at the Vienna University of Economics and Business!!!

„100% Future Serbia“ is a project we are especially proud of: check out the winner of this year’s competition, Marko Vučković, and find out what can be presented in a space of just 1m².

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Beograd is a regional centre and BDW is really professional and sympathy all over to me. Major compliments to all, you're doing a great pioneering job. Such a pity that local business and government still don't grasp the real importance and potential of it. If countries like UK, DK, NL support it, this is because it is quality; Serbia should support it because it is important and (more) Serbian companies should participate to reap the benefits in cooperation with Serbian designers. So what is smart in this consequence? Insert the BDW logo with the year 2011.

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