INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: BALKAN PATTERNS IN URBANISM AND ARCHITECTURE: CHALLENGES
International conference „BALKAN PATTERNS in Urbanism and Architecture: Challenges“ seeks to enlighten various processes on Balkan territory that are related to urban development, urban planning, urban design and Architecture in whole, putting emphasis both on inner and outer crosscutting influences in theory and practice that are reflected in city and regional development in Balkan and region. The conference brings together theorist, academics, researchers, professionals, practitioners and city developers to discuss future patterns and paths of urban and architectural development based on its historical development and wider integrative regional and global processes. Therefore, the conference is an communicative arena between BABs 2017 exhibition and investment fair as well as a dialogue between academia and profession bringing together theory and practice to work together towards future patterns in urbanism and architecture. The conference has both scientific and professional character in order to bind these areas and enforce their mutual relations.
THE SPECIAL TOPICS OF THE CONFERENCE ARE:
Architectural patterns: novelties and tradition
Urban planning patterns: what planning do we need?
Resilience and urban planning: issues to be addressed
Urban design patterns: issues of designing
Urban and architectural heritage patterns: where tradition meets future
SPECIAL BENEFITS OF THE CONFERENCE ARE:
- The papers will be peer reviewed and published in Conference Proceedings
- Selected papers will pass the standard procedure for publishing in journals:
URBAN DESIGN INTERNATIONAL, Palgrave Macmillan UK PHLOGISTON
Muzej nauke i tehnike, Beograd
Tatjana Mrđenović, born in Belgrade 1975, holds PhD in the field of urban design and urban regeneration has published numerous papers in international journals and conferences discussing sustainable urban regeneration specifically focused on participation. She was also a member of scientific and organizing committees, reviewer and moderator on several international conferences supported by ISOCARP, ECTP. So far she had co-authorized three books in the field of urban regeneration. Tatjana is an awarded author on numerous domestic and regional spatial, urban plans, urban studies, urban designs, strategies. She is currently employed at University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, also was a national consultant for UN-Habitat and GIZ.
Marko Stojanovic is born in Belgrade. Graduated at the Uneversity of Belgrade – Faculty of Philosophy, Department of History of Art, on thesis The Architecture of Banks and Saveing Banks in Belgrade 1918-1941(Arhitektura banaka I štedionica u Beogradu 1918-1941). For that scientific work he was awarded with a special Annual Award of The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection for the best final work in Bachelor degree studies Marko is currently on Master degree studies at the same Faculty with a subject of research in late modern architecture at the second half of 20th century. The name of thesis is Life and Work of Architect Milorad Pantovic (Život I delo arhitekte Milorada Pantovića).