NEOLEPENISM HOUSE AT EXHIBITION ON ARCHITECTURE 2020

LEARNING ARCHITECTURE

PHOTOS FROM THE GALLERY

THE POSTER AND THE MODEL OF NEOLEPENISM HOUSE

In the Gallery of Sciences and Technic of Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia
Neolepenism house model in the Gallery
Neolepenism house poster in the Gallery

ON ARCHITECTURE 2020 EXHIBITION

8th International Exhibition
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Gallery of Science and Technology
Belgrade, Serbia
2-12 December 2020

STRAND – Sustainable Urban Society Association

IN MEDIA: Kulturni dnevnik TV RTS 04.12.2020. – http://www.strand.rs/media-2020/#more-32043

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Prof. PhD Aleksandra Stupar, University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture (STRAND Scientific Board): “(…) Novel approaches, methods and materials, along with futuristic scenarios grounded on both past and present trials, guide our 2020 virtual tour towards more sustainable, articulated and just tomorrow which we eagerly wait to be materialized.”

The Neolepenism house as the New Green Technology at architectural exibition

LEARNING ARCHITECTURE

8th International Exhibition
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Gallery of Science and Technology
Belgrade, Serbia
2-12 December 2020

Visit the Exhibition at the Gallery of Science and Technology, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Djure Jakšića 2, Belgrade, Serbia.

Gallery opening hours are 11 am – 6 pm on working days, 11 am – 3 pm on Saturday, closed on Sunday.

Online Exhibition with E-Posters is available for browsing during the duration of the Exhibition.

Link for Online Exhibition: http://www.strand.rs/exhibition-posters-2020/

Author Nenad B. Miloradović is exhibit the poster and the model of the Neolepenism house in the Gallery. Welcome!

With Academician Dragoslav Srejović

I became interested in Lepenski Vir when I was read the book “Solar Architecture” by Serbian architect Mirjana Lukić, where in one sentence she mentioned Lepenski Vir in the wrong context. It caught my eye, I studied some books from Srejović where the plans of the settlement were, and decided to go to professor Srejović, who was then the vice-president of Serbian Academy of Science and Art, to suggest that since I had found analogies with modern solar houses.

At the very beginning, I reached out to Srejović’s secretary and briefly explained what I noticed. She first thought, since I mentioned heating, that it was concern to the museum building that was built on Lepenski Vir after. When we cleared up, she told me to wait for professor Srejović who was supposed to come.

Academician Srejović, who was the person deserving most merit for discovery the site Lepenski Vir, introduced me to his office and, when he listened to me, said: “Many knowledge has been lost forever.” He inquired about Serbian solar engineer Branko Lalović, and he was the most interested in how those houses looked at the time. He said, “These are all just assumptions.” He even offered me to write an article together on this topic that I was talking about. I took this seriously and by March 1996 I wrote the preliminary communication “The importance of measuring solar radiation at archeological localities” and again went to professor Srejović.

This time he told me that he was in a big crowd and had no time, but he still received a copy of my preliminary communication printed for him. He got sick afterwards. Academician Srejović died the same year, November 29, 1996. Before he died, he signed me the statement that he had read my preliminary communication and called on organizations involved in solar energy research to support my work in order to better explain his findings at Lepenski Vir. That was probably the last recommendation signed by Academician Srejović.

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The recommendation by archeologist PhD Dragoslav Srejović, who was the vice president of Serbian Academy of Science and Art (SASA)