MARCH 2019 | Our Summer Houses project wins GRAND PRIX AWARD at 41st Salon of Architecture in Belgrade, Serbia!

DECEMBER 2018 | Our Polyvalent Housing project wins FIRST PRIZE AWARD at Open International Competition for Alternative Layout Design in Standard Housing organized by Strelka KB and Ministry of Russia! The project is now undergoing further development of design documentation.

DECEMBER 2018 | Our Summer Houses project gets nominated for European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies Van de Rohe Award 2019!

SEPTEMBER 2018 | Our Summer Houses project gets published on ArchDaily!

AUGUST 2018 | AKVS architecture is one of the 20 finalists in the Phase 1 Jury Meeting of the Open International Competition for Alternative Layout Design in Standard Housing organized by Strelka KB and Ministry of Russia. We continue to compete in Phase 2!

JULY 2018 | Our project for the Embassy of Serbia in Canberra, Australia wins FIRST PRIZE AWARD at the competition initiated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. The project is now undergoing further development of design documentation.

OCTOBER 2017 | Our project for Zoran Đinđić Memorial wins SECOND PRIZE AWARD in the international competition initiated by the City of Belgrade.

OCTOBER 2017 | Our interview for The Nutshell Times podcast Pokretači 1.7. AKVS [In Serbian]

APRIL 2017 | Our research paper "Computational Atmospherics as a Design Tool" published in International Journal of Contemporary Architecture "The New ARCH"

JUNE 2017 | Our research proposal 'Unsettled Air: Atmospheric Dimensions of Architecture' is selected from more than 200 applicants in over 45 countries by Harvard GSD Wheelwright Prize jury - Gordon Gill, Mariana Ibañez, Gia Wolff, Mohsen Mostafavi and K. Michael Hays - to compete for prestigious 2017 Wheelwright Prize scholarship.
Harvard GSD Official Release
University of Begrade - Faculty of Architecture Press Release [In Serbian]

AUGUST 2016 | Our research paper "Atmospheric Dimensions of Architecture" published in Serbian Architectural Journal (University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture)