Take a Look at Future National Center “Ukras Sveta” – Bungalows for Parents, 3D Printers for Creation of Aids, Pool, Park, Mini Zoo and Jobs for 160 People

Source: eKapija Tuesday, 13.07.2021. 14:26
(Photo: Dizajn Arhitektura/Urbanistički projekat, screenshot)
The Secretariat for Urban Planning and Construction of the City of Belgrade has advertised the public presentation of the urban project of the Center for Early Child Development and Inclusion in New Belgrade.

This is the modern National Center “Ukras Sveta” for children with developmental problems, which will be located in Bezanijska Kosa and whose construction was recently announced by Tamara Vucic, the wife of the Serbian president.

According to her, the foundation stone for this building, worth 20 to 22 million euros, should be laid down at the end of the year, and the works are expected to be completed in the summer of 2023.

The investor in the project is the Office for Public Investment Management, and the designer is Dizajn Arhitektura from Belgrade.
(Photo: Dizajn Arhitektura/Urbanistički projekat, screenshot)

The center will cover an area of nearly 21,000 m2 and be located in the block between Pedje Milosavljevica and Dr Huga Klajna streets, along Ismeta Mujezinovica Street.

According to the project, the three-story complex will have an interior yard and consist of several units, among which are the therapeutic, the diagnostic, the educational and the scientific-research units, and numerous accompanying features are planned as well.

The highlight of the entrance hall will be the waiting room designed as a playroom, whereas the diagnostic unit will entail 11 doctor’s rooms for specialists such as pediatrists, physical therapists, psychiatrists, neurologists, ENT specialists and ophthalmologists, an anechoic chamber, an EEG room, a room for checking the patient’s vision, an arena for development estimate…

Within the therapeutic zone, what stands out are the rooms for physical therapy, a light sensory room, rooms for parent counseling, a music room and a pool.
(Photo: Dizajn Arhitektura/Urbanistički projekat, screenshot)

The complex will also have a part for the equipment and the assistive technology, with a library and a room for the creation of aids with the help of 3D printers.

The scientific-research unit will entail an open space, that is, a hub concept and rooms for meetings of the parents’ association.

Outside the main facility, there will be 3 bungalows for the accommodation of the families, each with 2 apartments, a playground, sports courts, a garden, a mini zoo and an equestrian area.

According to the project, the planned number of the employees in the facility is around 160, of which 23 medical specialists, 19 nurses, 79 health associates (speech therapists, special needs educationalists, psychologists, physical therapists, social workers…) and 9 expert associates.
(Photo: Dizajn Arhitektura/Urbanistički projekat, screenshot)

It is emphasized that the design was done using the principles of “universal design” or “design for all”, taking care of the dignity of persons with developmental problems.

The project envisages a reduction in the consumption of all forms of energy. To that end, geo-probes and solar collectors and panels will be used.

B. P.

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