Source: eKapija | Monday, 17.01.2022.| 09:14
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Project for Construction of New Building of Faculty of Philology and Arts in Kragujevac of Nearly 9,000 m2 Presented – Here’s What it Will Look Like

(Photo: Grad Kragujevac/Beobaltd )
The City of Kragujevac has published the urban project for the construction of a new building of the Faculty of Philology and Arts in Kragujevac (FILUM).

The future facility will be built in a new location in Liceja Knezevine Srbije Street in Kragujevac. This is a partially developed city zone, with education as the dominant purpose in the area. Secondary and higher education institutions and sports and recreation facilities are present in the immediate surroundings, whereas the wider area features residential and office facilities. The parcel has an area of 13,691.00 m2.
(Photo: Grad Kragujevac/Beobaltd )

The new building will have a basement, a ground floor plus two floors, with a gross floor area of 8,817.44 m2. According to the project task and the purpose of the facility, an indoor amphitheater is planned. Access to the amphitheater is enabled from the ground floor and the first floor.

The basement is to feature a central heating substation and a crawlspace.

The ground floor is to feature the main and official entrances, with a hall and a lobby, proportioned so as to service all three faculties. Auxiliary features are also organized on the ground floor, such as: an info counter with bulleting boards, a room for the securing and monitoring of the facility. From the main entrance, it will be possible to clearly see the dominant vertical communications – the main staircase, the auxiliary (rescue) staircases, the elevator and the sanitary units. The students’ service rooms are planned within the entrance zone.
(Photo: Grad Kragujevac/Beobaltd )

On this level, for the purposes of the Faculty for Applied and Music Arts, classrooms, music cabinets, art studios and six professors’ cabinets for two professors each are planned.

The first floor is to feature the classrooms of the arts and philology faculty, whereas the northern side of the facility is planned to feature art studios for the Faculty of Applied Arts (five on each level), six professors’ cabinets, as well as a book depository for all three faculties and a faculty bookshop.

The second floor is planned to feature office space for the dean and the vice deans, finance and HR departments, with the accompanying administration offices. This level also features a students’ café, as well as a polyvalent hall with a balcony. This level too is to feature ten cabinets for professors, each for two professors.

The gallery is to feature a library space with a reading room, offices for the employees at the library and a space for an online library.

The project defines a space for the all-day stay of the students and the employees in two shifts, with around 1,295 places at the Faculty of Philology, 250 places for Applied Arts and 200 for the Music Academy and for 130 employees, that is, a total of 1,745 students and 130 employees.

The designer is the company Beobaltd d.o.o. Beograd.
(Photo: Grad Kragujevac/Beobaltd )

As announced earlier, the value of the investment in the construction of the building is around EUR 5.7 million and it will be financed from the loan of the Council of Europe Development Bank.

The Faculty of Philology and Arts at the University of Kragujevac was founded in 2002, since when it has been working in inadequate conditions, renting space in various locations, in several facilities at other faculties, high schools and elementary schools.

The City Council of Kragujevac previously gave approval to the mayor, Nikola Dasic, to sign the Agreement on the Realization of the Project of the Construction and Equipping of the New Building of the Faculty of Philology and Arts with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. According to the agreement, the City of Kragujevac obliged to transfer the rights of public ownership over the cadaster parcel no. 10480/3, with an area of 1.36,91 hectares, to the Republic of Serbia and to finance the preparation of the amendment to the project-technical documentation for the construction of the FILUM facility, in line with the conclusions of the Spatial-Program Analysis.

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