Based in concrete.

This is an ongoing archive of socialist modernist, brutalist and other
concrete-based architecture in Belgrade, Serbia.
The site also includes a growing list of visual artists inspired by their local heritage.

Latest from the Archive

Avala TV Tower

Avala TV Tower (1961-1965) Beli Potok, Serbia / contact: +381 11 3907527 Architects: Uglješa Bogdanović, Slobodan Janjić, engineer Milan Krstić Google map: here Useful sources: belgrade-beat , architectuul , gisabogunovic , kudaveceras Photo sources: kathmanduandbeyond , belgrade-beat…

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Blok 34 / Studentski grad

Campus Studentski Grad (1949 — 1955) Tošin bunar 143-151,  Beograd 11000, Serbia Architects: Milan Mitrović Google map: here Useful sources: blog-dksg , oradio.rs , indeks.rs portalmladi , DomKultureStudentskiGrad…

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Blok 1 / 2 / Fontana

Blok 1 / Fontana (1962) & Blok2 (1962) Novi Beograd, 11070 Belgrade, Serbia Architects: Uroš Martinović Google map: here Useful sources: aas.org photo sources: imugur ,…

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Blok 21

Lamela / 6 Kaplara / Highschool “Mihajlo Pupin” Blok 21 Architects: “LAMELA” 1963. Leonid Lenarčić, Miša Mitić, Ivan Petrović, Mihajlo Čanak  (Also called Chinese Wall is one of the…

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Military Medical Academy (VMA)

Military Medical Academy (1973-1981) Crnotravska 17, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia Architects: Josip Osojnik (architect) &  Slobodan Nikolić (engineer) Google map: here Useful sources: grandeflanerie photo sources: mondo , vsco , sajkaca ,…

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Blok 19 / Sava Centar

Sava Centar (1977.) Milentija Popovića 9, Beograd 11070, Serbia Architect: Stojan Maksimović , Branislav Jovin (free surface) Google map: here Useful sources: urbel, About Stojan Maksimovic , sovietmodernism ,  Kako je propao Sava Centar , www.filminserbia.com photo:…

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Blok 44 / 45 / 70

Blok 45 famous as “The settlement of The Sun” & Blok 70 are two identical block with the same plan and same disposition of every building. These two blocks…

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Blok 9 / 9a / 9b

Blok 9 / 9a / 9b (1973) Novi Beograd, 11070, Beograd Google map: here Useful sources: guyshachar Photo sources: guyshachar , StareSlikeNovogBeograda , strahinjas

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Blok 17 / “Savski kej”

“Savski kej” / Sava Quey / Brankov most / Brankov’s Bridge Brankov’s Bridge (Built in 1956 on the foundations of the 1934 King Alexander Bridge, which was destroyed…

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Blok 11 / Hotel Yugoslavia

Hotel Yugoslavia (1969.)   Bulevar Nikole Tesle 3, Beograd 202521, Serbia Architect: Lavoslav Horvat Google map: here Useful sorces: Hotel Yugoslavia , about ,hotel-jugoslavija-film.com , kudaveceras , failedarchitecture.com , guyshachar  www.visegradlive.com . spomenikdatabase.org  Documentary about Hotel Yugoslavia Today…

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Blok 13 / 14 / SIV

Federal Executive Council / SIV / Savezno izvršno veće Federal Executive Council Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, Novi Beograd 11070 Architects: Mihajlo Jankovic Google map: here Useful…

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Blok 17 / Sajmište Concentracion Camp

Sajmište Concetracion Camp The Belgrade Fair before World War Two 1936. – 1938 Architects: Rajko Tatić, Milivoje Tričković i Đorđe Lukić Google map: here Useful sources: diplomacyandcommerce.rs/ , pescanik Nikola Spasić Endowment…

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Blok 11b / 11c / Merkator

Blok 11c (1970s) Address: Beograd, Novi Beograd 11070 (surranded by Mihajla Pupina, Nikole Tesle street, Aleksinačkih Rudara and Nikole Tesle) Google map: here Useful photo sources: imgur , Nenad…

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Residential tower / Toblerone

Residential tower / Toblerone (1966) Mije Kovačevića 9, Belgrade 11000 Architect: Rista Šеkеrinski Google map:here Useful sources: raumbureau.ch , gioranoangelo  grayscape.com , toblerone inside

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Eastern City Gate Belgrade / Rudo

Rudo / Eastern City Gate (1976) Istočna Kapija Beograda, Rudo bb, 11000 Beograd Architects: Vera Ćirković, Dragoljub Mićović Height: 85m Number of floors: 28 Google map: here Useful…

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Blok 33 / Western City Gate / Genex

Western City Gate / Genex (built 1977) Narodnih Heroja, Novi Beograd 11070 Architect:  Mihajlo Mitrović Height: 115 (with antenna 135) Number of floors: 35 Google map: here Useful sources:  doiserbia.nb.rs , gioranoangelo ,  exutopia.com ,…

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Blok 61 – 64

Blok 61, 62, 63, 64 (1975-76) Beograd, Novi Beograd 11070 Architects:  Darko Marušić, Milenija Marušić & Milan Miodragovic Google map: here Useful sources: architectuul.com , www.archdaily.com

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Blok 29

Blok 29 (built 1968-1972) Beograd, Novi Beograd 11070 Architects:  Mihailo Čanak & Milosav Misa Mitić Google map: here Useful sources: Mihajlo Čanak , raumbureau.ch , guyshachar

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Blok 22

Blok 22 (built 1974) Beograd, Novi Beograd 11070 Architects: Mihajlo Čanak, Božidar Janković,  Branislav Karadzic, Aleksandar Stjepanovic Google map: here Useful sources: stanovanje.yolasite.com ,  sovietmodernism.com , guyshachar

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Blok 23

Blok 23 (1974) Belgrade, New Belgrade  Architects: Božidar Janković, Branislav Karadzic, Aleksandar Stjepanovic Google map: here Useful sources: MoMA , archdaily.com ,  sovietmodernism.com , Giulio Zaini , guyshachar 

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25. May Sport Center / Sportski Centar 25. maj

25th May Sports Centre (built 1974) Tadeuša Košćuška 63, Beograd 110000, Serbia Architect:  Ivan Antić Google map: here Useful sources: urbel , sovietmodernism.com , architectuul Useful sources: sovietmodernism.com , grandeflanerie , filminserbia …

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High Court Belgrade

High Court (1961-1965) Address: Savska 17A, Beograd Architects: Mihajlo Živadinović, Zoran Žunković Google map: here

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Blok 15 / Contemporary Art Museum

Blok 15 / Museum of Contemporary Art (1965) Ušće 10, Novi Beograd, 11070, Beograd Architects: Museum Ivan Antić, Ivanka Raspopvić  Sava Quay Branislav Jovin Google map: here Useful sources: msub , beogradskonasledje Photo sources: Goran…

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“Pinki” Sport Center

Pinki Buliding (1974) Ksc “Pinki” Trg Zemun, Beograd 11080 Architects: Ivan Antić Google map: here Useful sources: scindeks-clanci.ceon , pinki-zemun ,

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Bigz Building

Bigz Building (1939-1941) Bulevar vojvode Mišića 17, Beograd, Serbia Architects:  Dragiša Brašovan Google map: here Useful sources: beogradskonasledje Architect Dragiša Brašovan (right) with Andrej Papkov (left) photo sources: bellegradeblog , verdeanita , beobuild  ostarchitektur , tipotravel , josjedanfotograf

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