Vesna Vučinić is an architect and participant in various projects encouraging regional cooperation and exchange in the Southeast Europe region. She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning at the Vienna University of Technology in 1999. She offers guided architecture tours in Belgrade and runs an architecture studio based in Vienna and Belgrade.
An exhibition of inspiring and empathetic architecture moved by ecological and social awareness, showing Homes-for-All, providing places for those who lost their homes in the Japan's 2011 tsunami; without high-flying global solutions for saving the world, without egomaniac architects or scientists, just proposing beautiful and modest homes for all.
A sensual experience of space, showing a moving curtain, varying in opacity and constantly reconfiguring the space; awakens amazement about how a minimalistic intervention can change the perception of a space and of the people moving within it; demonstrating the potentials of existing buildings, shifting to become the architect's future task.
A thick garden filtering the sound of the adjacent vivid urban metropolis; an experience of the connection of public spaces and energetic infrastructure, of special plants within the existing urban fabric, a model for African cities; a garden addressing more the senses than the intellect; a legitimate didactical approach.