The wooden mobile pavilion will soon find its permanent place in the botanical garden in Kragujevac.
It was held as part of the EASA summer student school in Kragujevac Tent workshop – designed by local architects Milos Jokic, Ana Shabanovic, Nikola Abramović i Luka Vujović. Namely, in the Balkan cultural context, the tent was established as a standard of a form of entertainment composed of several basic spatial elements: one hundred and one tent.
“Inspired by the theme and tradition, we wanted to examine and clarify one local spatial and cultural phenomenon, which undoubtedly contains elements of total space “- its authors state.
The tent was established as the standard of one form of entertainment consisting of a table and a tent. Now she has got her new version.
The tent is a factory of entertainment. The goal was to create a specific space and place it in the center of social interactions during and after EASA in Kragujevac.
“Apart from generating a shaded space for relaxation after construction, this pavilion has been promoted into a space for shared meals all EASA participants, performances, lectures, and many others “- emphasizes the architect Miloš Jokić.
The physiognomy of the tent can be most directly described through the connection between the table and the tent (crucified cloth). In the case of the pavilion, the tent is the main structural element of the spatial structure, and is composed of six wooden modular frames. Frames, interconnected and stiffened by wooden beams and braces, carry tables and a light canvas canopy.
Collapsible wooden structure
Given the legal and spatial circumstances concerning the venue of the EASA International Workshop, there were no possibilities for the permanent stay of the pavilion. Therefore, the tent is designed in a way that ensures its easy and fast disassembly, transport and re-installation in another location.
“Through communication and cooperation with the city planners of Kragujevac, it was decided that she would get her permanent home in the area botanical garden Kragujevac, where it will be reassembled in the spring of 2022 “- says Miloš Jokić, one of the mentors of the workshop.
EASA Summer School of Architecture
Since 1981, every summer, over 500 architecture students from Europe he meets to talk together and conduct experiments on architecture. These meetings were organized by EASA.
European Architecture Students’ Assembly is an independent network founded by students, created to provide a platform for cultural and educational exchange of knowledge. One of the goals of the association is to connect architecture students and young professionals from all European countries, and in recent years from all over the world.
This year, from August 1 to 15, EASA Summer School of Architecture was held in Kragujevac.
“The subject of the interrogation Reality it came as a reaction to a series of paradoxical discrepancies observed in architectural education, opinion and practice, between ourselves as well as in relation to socio-economic and environmental phenomena, tendencies and needs that prevail in the European area “- conclude the organizers of the event.
- name: Tent – wooden mobile pavilion
- the city: Kragujevac (Serbia)
- mentors: Miloš Jokić, Ana Šabanović, Nikola Abramović and Luka Vujović
- participants: Alessandro Chojwa, Andrea Altiparmakov, Bojana Isijanin, Daria Fisenko, Elisa Donini, Federico Febbo, Gent Reshtani, Jakob Planinsek, Jone Morina, Katarina Đonović, Milosh Andonovikj, Rina Kasabaqi, Sara Trajkova, Tamara Ivanova
- gratitude: Emir Zupljanin and Ivan Vratnica
- photo: Marko Markovic, Milosh Andonovikj, Emir Zupljanin and Ivan Vratnica
- video: Ivan Vratnica
- organizer: EASA Serbia
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