Source: Gradnja.rs | Thursday, 20.02.2020.| 12:20
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Architects from Belgrade win German design award

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In early February, the German Design Council gave out German Design Awards 2020 in Frankfurt. Two architects from Serbia, Bojana Markovic and David Bilokrk of the Belgrade-based studio Takt, won awards in the Interior category for their “4 Countries 1 Language” pavilion project.

The 210-m2 booth is designed for the purposes of the joint presentation of German-speaking countries, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Lichtenstein, under the title “4 Countries 1 Language”, within the 62nd International Book Fair in Belgrade.

According to the jury, “the design of the booth, which resembles the aesthetics of bookshelves, creates a uniquely warm and relaxing atmosphere, which is transferred through the curved walls. Very well done!”.

The modular booth made of wood can also be installed elsewhere and in another way.

The “4 Countries 1 Language” won the Ranko Radovic Award in 2018.
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