participative urban design 2016/2017_belgrade fair – back to the future

participative urban design 2016/2017_belgrade fair – back to the future

The exhibition “Belgrade Fair – Back to the Future” was realized in the Residence of Princess Ljubica in Belgrade, from the 20th of May to the 20th of June 2017. The exhibition was a part of the larger project, which had been done in cooperation between the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, and Belgrade City Museum, while it was initiated by the Secretariat for Investments of the City of Belgrade. The project was realized as part of the master course “Studio M02U – Project – Participatory Urban Design”, and supported by Public Art and Public Space – PaPs. Aside students, lecturers, and associates from the Faculty of Architecture, and curators from Belgrade City Museum, several public, private, and civil sector institutions, as well as numerous professors and experts from the country and abroad, had taken part in the project

Publication about the exhibition and preparation works at the course Participative Urban Design is possible to see down below:

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The entire exhibition was realized by the students of the Faculty of Architecture, with the support of PaPs, in accordance with the guidelines of their lecturers, and Belgrade City Museum curators. This multimedia exhibition consisted of digital and physical models of individual Fair pavilions, the most interesting fragments of the previously held exhibitions, followed by artifacts from the period, a film dedicated to the construction and opening of the Belgrade Fair, author’s film animation, a virtual walkabout through the Fair complex, as well as guided tours, and lectures. The central part of the exhibition was a model of the Belgrade Fair, done in a scale model of 1:100, on an area of almost 28 m² (7x4m). With the help of this model, it was possible to envisage the entire Fair‘s structure. The visitors had the opportunity to experience for the first time a virtual walkabout, from a human perspective, through the 3D animation of the Fair complex, and with the help of virtual reality equipment. The virtual tour is possible to see down below.

The exhibition “Belgrade Fair – Back to the Future” was seen by 4,200 visitors. They were able to see, as well as, to experience for the first time the atmosphere, and significance of the Fair’s complex, which had been an important part of the capital city’s history.

The exhibition has been continuously followed by the prominent public information services, in a way of announcements for individual events, within daily newspapers and periodicals, as well as, through broadcasts, interviews, and news on all major television and radio programs.

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