Lecture on traditional architecture in Pokrevenik

Pokrevenik, Stara planina

These days, 17 fourth-year students of the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, together with their professor Danijela Milovanović Rodić, are staying in the village of Pokrevenik near Lake Zavoj.

This is the sixth time since 2018 that, within the elective course “Architects and Civic Initiatives for Sustainable Development”, practical classes have been held in old mountain villages.

The idea to document and restore abandoned public buildings has already produced excellent results in the villages of Pakleštica and Dojkinci, with the help of numerous individuals and organizations, who helped and participated in various phases of the projects.

The Foundation team has been supporting their work since 2019.

Yesterday, in the premises of the local community, Elena Vasić Petrović held a lecture entitled “Rehabilitation of traditional heritage and sustainable development”, which was attended by students and representatives of the local community.

The conversation with the audience was led by Danijela Milovanović Rodić and Dejan Rudić Vranić, and the host was the president of the local community, Slavoljub Konstadinović.

Based on the data collected in the field, the students prepared conceptual designd for the reconstruction and revitalization of public buildings.

Students: Tina Dobrosavljević, Milica Milojević; Professor: Danijela Milovanović Rodić; Course: “Architects and civic initiatives for sustainable development” 2023; Faculty of architecture, Belgrade