Belgrade » Beograd | 63 Beogradska internacionalna nedelja arhitekture Šesnaesto izdanje Beogradske internacionalne nedelje arhitekture BINA biće održano od 22. aprila do 20. maja 2021. u organizaciji Društva arhitekata Beograda i Kulturnog centra Beograda. U fokusu ovogodišnjeg BINA programa je Beogradska škola stanovanja, koja svojom širinom obuhvata brojne podteme bliske kako stručnjacima, tako i najširoj publici i neposrednim korisnicima, to jest stanarima. BINA se ove godine realizuje kroz četiri programske celine, a namera organizatora je da se kroz niz programskih formata – izložbi, predavanja, pratećih programa i tematskih šetnji, predstave kvalitetna ostvarenja koja su realizovana u oblasti arhitekture, sa posebnim osvrtom na Beograd i region, kao i na doprinos i domete koji su domaće arhitekte postigle u sferi savremenog stanovanja. Svi programi BINA su besplatni. BINA besplatne tematske šetnje kroz arhitekturu grada čine poseban segment i namenjene su najširoj publici. Osim tradicionalnih šetnji kroz arhitekturu Beograda, i ove godine planirana su dva arhitektonska izleta, u Pančevo i Suboticu. Više informacija: www.bina.rs. BELGRADE INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTUREWEEK The 16th instalment of Belgrade International ArchitectureWeek (BINA) will be held from 22nd April to 20th May 2021, under the organisation of the Association of Belgrade Architects and the Cultural Centre of Belgrade. This year's BINA programme focuses on the Belgrade School of Housing, which – with its breadth – encompasses numerous sub-topics that are close to both experts and the broadest public and immediate users, i.e. residents. This year's BINA is to be implemented through four programme units, with organisers intending to present high-quality achievements in the field of architecture through special programme formats - exhibitions, lectures, ancillary programmes and thematic walking tours, with special reference to Belgrade and the region, as well as the contributions and achievements of domestic architects in the domain of modern housing. All BINA programmes are free of charge. BINA walks, which are free themed walking tours through the architecture of the city, form a special segment and are intended for the wider public. Alongside traditional walks through the architecture of Belgrade, this year's plans also include two architectural excursions to Pančevo and Subotica. For more information visit www.bina.rs Šesnaesto izdanje Bine biće održano od 22. aprila do 20. maja The 16th instalment of BINA will be held from 22nd April to 20th May able brick structures with sloping roofs were a way to return to the traditional Serbian house in natural surroundings. Pedestrian streets and small squares follow the configuration of the terrain with their shape and spatial positioning, with appreciation for isolation and viewing areas in the function of creating a series of diverse micro environments. That's why a priority is given to the preservation of nature and residential building solutions that are in conjunction with the features of the landscape, which provides the entire area with the quality of an eco-friendly settlement with a recognisable environmental identity. The CerakVinogradi settlement best represents the synthesis of the natural environment and architecture, while the streets are alsonamed after the species of trees planted along them: Kestenova [Chestnut] Street, Lipa [Linden] Street, Breza [Birch] Street, Crveni hrastova [Red Oaks] Street and others, as one more way of raising awareness of nature in urban areas. Under the auspices of the exhibition “Toward aConcrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948-1980”, whichwas held atNewYork'sMuseumofModernArt in 2019, the CerakVinogradi settlement was presented to the international publicasoneof the topachievementsof Yugoslav residential architecture, and thus became part of MoMa's permanent exhibition. The exhibition “Cerak_40 years later”, by project author and curatorMilenija Marušić, will be displayed in the window of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade, on the city's Republic Square, as part of Belgrade International Architecture Week.