ASAP will connect all important factors of the architectural system of Serbia

Founded about three months ago, The Association of Serbian Architectural Practices (ASAP) is the first business association of architectural firms from Serbia which brings together reference firms in the field of contemporary architecture. The association says that they want to build an architectural community and ecosystem by connecting studies that nurture modern architectural practice, so that they can have a greater impact on the market, regulations and their industry. In addition, the Association aims to exchange knowledge and ideas, achieve greater competitiveness, as well as the affirmation of Serbian architecture in the local market, promotion on the global stage, and the ultimate goal – building and promoting the Serbian architecture brand.

Cocktail organized by ASAP (Photo: ASAP)

On June 14, ASAP organized a cocktail party in Belgrade’s Indigo Hotel, attended by, among others, Assistant Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Djordje Milic, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade Vladimir Lojanica, Belgrade City Urbanist Marko Stojcic, representatives of real estate and construction companies. industry, professional organizations, civic initiatives and the most important architectural and engineering companies from Serbia.

This association is conceived as an open platform that connects all important entities and factors of the architectural ecosystem: public administration and colleges on the one hand, civic initiatives and the general public on the other, and the real estate industry, as well as the construction industry on the third.

The focus will be on the next period cooperation with the real estate industry, as well as with the construction industry. Activities will be carried out aimed at recognizing the needs and changes that are happening in the market, as well as pointing out examples through which architecture participates in the creation of material value and identity of the community and society.

The wish of ASAP is to create through strategic partnership combination of unique knowledge and expertise to improve the local scene and continuously participate in the creation of the national good.

They are members of ASAP 25 architectural firms from all over Serbia: A4 studio, Antipod, Aris, Architonic, Autori, Beging, Danilo Dangubic Architects, Fluid, Focal one, Inka studio, Ksenija Djordjevic Architects, Kontra studio, Main studio, MADA, MAPA, Mart architecture, Moba studio, Modelart arhitekti, Remorker architects, Studio Obe, Ten studio, Teking, Unknown studio, Ured studio i Zabriskie.

These architectural firms winners of the most prestigious awards, promoters of the domestic architectural scene and authors of projects and designs of some of the most attractive buildings and spaces in the country. The goal in the coming period is certainly the expansion of membership. The Association can be joined by companies registered in the territory of the Republic of Serbia for performing architectural activities and those that share the values ​​contained in the statute of ASAP.

The association announces Active participation in the development of the National Architectural Strategyimplemented by the competent ministry within the EU accession programs.


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