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Southeast Europe Building Designs – Adriatic Built Environment
post updated 30 Apr 2022
Serbian Building Developments
Serbian Architecture Designs – chronological list
Southeast European Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:
Belgrade Philharmonic Concert Hall
Divcibare Mountain House in Serbia
Old Mill Hotel Belgrade Serbia
Young Balkan Designers 2019: Circular Design
Southeast Europe Architecture
Centre for the Promotion of Science in Belgrade
Traces of Roman and early Byzantine Empire architectural heritage are found in many royal cities and palaces in Serbia, like Sirmium, Felix Romuliana and Justiniana Prima.
Monasteries in Serbia are the pinnacle of Serbian medieval art. At the beginning, they were under the influence of Byzantine Art which was particularly felt after the fall of Constantinople in 1204, when many Byzantine artists fled to Serbia.
The most noted of these monasteries is Studenica (built around 1190). It was a model for later monasteries, like the Mileševa, Sopoćani, Žiča, Gračanica and Visoki Dečani. In the end of 14th and the 15th centuries, autochotonous architectural style known as Morava style evolved in area around Morava Valley.
Mosque in Tupalla Village, Medvegja building designed by architect Arber Sadiki:
photograph : Albert Salihu
The main design approach for Tupalla Mosque was to create comfortable functional and spiritual space for the small Albanian Islamic community with a minimal financial cost. This strategy pushed us to be very modest starting from the dimensioning of whole volume of the building up to its construction materials.
Beko Masterplan, Belgrade building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, based in London, UK:
image : Zaha Hadid Architects
Square Nine Hotel, Belgrade building designed by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld:
image courtesy of architects practice
Building Developments in countries close to Serbia
Southeast European Architectural Designs
Bosnia and Herzegovina Buildings
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