Belgrade/Beograd - 2018

Built during the period of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia the modernist architecture of Belgrade and specifically Novi Belgrade epitomizes the ideological aspiration of Tito's state. Developing an original and innovative forms of mass housing, Novi Belgrade was built by Youth Brigades, comprising of around 200 000 students, workers and engineers from all parts of the former Yugoslavia.

Housing Block 23 - Novi Belgrade -  1968-74

Housing Block 23 - Novi Belgrade -  1968-74

Housing Block 23 - Novi Belgrade -  1968-74

Housing Block 23 - Novi Belgrade -  1968-74

Butterfly Kindergarten -  Block 23 - 1972-78

Housing Block 23 - Novi Belgrade -  1968-74

Sava Centre and Hotel -  Novi Belgrade - 1977-79

Sava Centre and Hotel -  Novi Belgrade - 1977-79

Sava Centre and Hotel -  Novi Belgrade - 1977-79

Genex Tower, Western City Gate - Novi Belgrade - 1970-80

Genex Tower, Western City Gate - Novi Belgrade - 1970-80

Genex Tower, Western City Gate - Novi Belgrade - 1970-80

Genex Tower, Western City Gate - Novi Belgrade - 1970-80

Genex Tower, Western City Gate - Novi Belgrade - 1970-80

Block 37 - Novi Belgrade  

Genex Tower, Western City Gate - Novi Belgrade - 1970-80

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Kneginja Milica Elementary School - Blocks 61-64 - Novi Belgrade

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Housing Blocks 61-64 -Novi Belgrade - 1971-73

Palace of Serbia - Novi Belgrade -  1947 / 1956-59

Hotel Yugoslavia - Novi Belgrade -  1947 / 1961-67

Block 9 - Novi Belgrade  

Toblerone Residential Block -  Belgrade - 1963

2 Hajduk-Veljkov venac - Belgrade  

Yugoslav Ministry of Defence - Belgrade - 1965

Post of Serbia - Belgrade  

Urban Planning Institute - Belgrade - 1970