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Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach

Niković, Ana; Manić, Božidar; Đokić, Vladan; Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana

(Rome : U+D edition, 2016)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Niković, Ana
AU  - Manić, Božidar
AU  - Đokić, Vladan
AU  - Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/416
AB  - By analysing the contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia the challenges in urban development can be identified and explained through the perspective of an urban morphology approach. The majority of these challenges are as a result of an inadequate relationship between different scales of professional interventions in built environment, as well as, an ineffective relationship between theory and practice. It should be noted that due to these challenges in urban development, the role of architects and professionals involved in urban designing and planning has been questioned. The findings indicate an emerging belief for the need for improved dialogue between professionals in relation to urban development in Serbia, as well as, interaction with wider professional networks. The general issues have already been expanded upon through the discourse of urban morphology and can result in the drafting of guidelines for further improvement of designing and planning practice in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal issues the urban morphology network in Serbia would be faced with are: consolidating up-to-date research and contributions; translating the key references and Glossary present within the Urban Morphology discourse; integrating theoretical and applied knowledge - developing a common morphological language – as a conceptual framework applicable to various typologies and urban tissues; providing a better understanding of the complex phenomenon of urban form; and introducing the morphological dimension to plans, that is, the concept of form into planning.
PB  - Rome : U+D edition
C3  - City as organism. New visions for urban life. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings
T1  - Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach
SP  - 1561
EP  - 1566
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Niković, Ana and Manić, Božidar and Đokić, Vladan and Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana",
year = "2016",
abstract = "By analysing the contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia the challenges in urban development can be identified and explained through the perspective of an urban morphology approach. The majority of these challenges are as a result of an inadequate relationship between different scales of professional interventions in built environment, as well as, an ineffective relationship between theory and practice. It should be noted that due to these challenges in urban development, the role of architects and professionals involved in urban designing and planning has been questioned. The findings indicate an emerging belief for the need for improved dialogue between professionals in relation to urban development in Serbia, as well as, interaction with wider professional networks. The general issues have already been expanded upon through the discourse of urban morphology and can result in the drafting of guidelines for further improvement of designing and planning practice in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal issues the urban morphology network in Serbia would be faced with are: consolidating up-to-date research and contributions; translating the key references and Glossary present within the Urban Morphology discourse; integrating theoretical and applied knowledge - developing a common morphological language – as a conceptual framework applicable to various typologies and urban tissues; providing a better understanding of the complex phenomenon of urban form; and introducing the morphological dimension to plans, that is, the concept of form into planning.",
publisher = "Rome : U+D edition",
journal = "City as organism. New visions for urban life. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings",
title = "Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach",
pages = "1561-1566"
}
Niković, A., Manić, B., Đokić, V.,& Roter-Blagojević, M.. (2016). Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach. in City as organism. New visions for urban life. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings
Rome : U+D edition., 1561-1566.
Niković A, Manić B, Đokić V, Roter-Blagojević M. Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach. in City as organism. New visions for urban life. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings. 2016;:1561-1566..
Niković, Ana, Manić, Božidar, Đokić, Vladan, Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana, "Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach" in City as organism. New visions for urban life. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings (2016):1561-1566.

Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach

Niković, Ana; Manić, Božidar; Đokić, Vladan; Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana

(Rome : U + D Editions, 2015)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Niković, Ana
AU  - Manić, Božidar
AU  - Đokić, Vladan
AU  - Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/415
AB  - By analysing the contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia the challenges in urban development can be identified and explained through the perspective of an urban morphology approach. The majority of these challenges are as a result of an inadequate relationship between different scales of professional interventions in built environment, as well as, an ineffective relationship between theory and practice. It should be noted that due to these challenges in urban development, the role of architects and professionals involved in urban designing and planning has been questioned. The findings indicate an emerging belief for the need for improved dialogue between professionals in relation to urban development in Serbia, as well as, interaction with wider professional networks. The general issues have already been expanded upon through the discourse of urban morphology and can result in the drafting of guidelines for further improvement of designing and planning practice in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal issues the urban morphology network in Serbia would be faced with are: consolidating up-to-date research and contributions; translating the key references and Glossary present within the Urban Morphology discourse; integrating theoretical and applied knowledge - developing a common morphological language – as a conceptual framework applicable to various typologies and urban tissues; providing a better understanding of the complex phenomenon of urban form; and introducing the morphological dimension to plans, that is, the concept of form into planning.
PB  - Rome : U + D Editions
C3  - City as organism. New visions for urban life. Book of Abstracts
T1  - Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach
SP  - 239
EP  - 240
ER  - 
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author = "Niković, Ana and Manić, Božidar and Đokić, Vladan and Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana",
year = "2015",
abstract = "By analysing the contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia the challenges in urban development can be identified and explained through the perspective of an urban morphology approach. The majority of these challenges are as a result of an inadequate relationship between different scales of professional interventions in built environment, as well as, an ineffective relationship between theory and practice. It should be noted that due to these challenges in urban development, the role of architects and professionals involved in urban designing and planning has been questioned. The findings indicate an emerging belief for the need for improved dialogue between professionals in relation to urban development in Serbia, as well as, interaction with wider professional networks. The general issues have already been expanded upon through the discourse of urban morphology and can result in the drafting of guidelines for further improvement of designing and planning practice in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal issues the urban morphology network in Serbia would be faced with are: consolidating up-to-date research and contributions; translating the key references and Glossary present within the Urban Morphology discourse; integrating theoretical and applied knowledge - developing a common morphological language – as a conceptual framework applicable to various typologies and urban tissues; providing a better understanding of the complex phenomenon of urban form; and introducing the morphological dimension to plans, that is, the concept of form into planning.",
publisher = "Rome : U + D Editions",
journal = "City as organism. New visions for urban life. Book of Abstracts",
title = "Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach",
pages = "239-240"
}
Niković, A., Manić, B., Đokić, V.,& Roter-Blagojević, M.. (2015). Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach. in City as organism. New visions for urban life. Book of Abstracts
Rome : U + D Editions., 239-240.
Niković A, Manić B, Đokić V, Roter-Blagojević M. Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach. in City as organism. New visions for urban life. Book of Abstracts. 2015;:239-240..
Niković, Ana, Manić, Božidar, Đokić, Vladan, Roter-Blagojević, Mirjana, "Contemporary architectural and urban design practice in Belgrade and Serbia through the perspective of urban morphology approach" in City as organism. New visions for urban life. Book of Abstracts (2015):239-240.

The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia

Niković, Ana; Đokić, Vladan; Manić, Božidar

(Porto : FEUP, 2014)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Niković, Ana
AU  - Đokić, Vladan
AU  - Manić, Božidar
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/378
AB  - The aim of this paper is to present one of the main issues and tasks of the ISUF – the importance of introducing concepts of urban morphology to professional practice, in a systematic and coherent way, to achieve a better built environment - in the specific context of Belgrade’s designing and planning practice. Á review of relevant up-to-date research topics and developed concepts found in the current theoretical discourse presented in the Urban Morphology Journal and ISUF, such as: morphological dimension of municipal plans (Oliveira, 2006, 2013), the issue of boundaries (Whitehand, 2007, 2013; Larkham, 2011; Morton), the question of scale and key concept – block or tissue (Kropf, 2006, 2011; Samuels, 2008; Hall, 2008a, 2008b) will be conducted. A number of major themes in the agenda of the morphological debate, will be examined to establish how existing morphological criteria in the Master plan of Belgrade and related planning documents correspond. It was determined that the morphological dimension of those criteria is questionable and that the real form-based approach in Belgrade’s planning documents and procedures were absent which had a detrimental impact on the quality of physical and urban structure. It can be stated that there is a need, firstly, for a detailed theoretical elaboration of relevant concepts of urban morphology and then integrating them into planning documents and procedures in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal conclusion reached is that urban morphologists should have a key role in the prescription of future changes through coordination of design guidance, codes and plans at different scales.
PB  - Porto : FEUP
C3  - Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 1, Book of Abstracts
T1  - The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia
SP  - 405
EP  - 405
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Niković, Ana and Đokić, Vladan and Manić, Božidar",
year = "2014",
abstract = "The aim of this paper is to present one of the main issues and tasks of the ISUF – the importance of introducing concepts of urban morphology to professional practice, in a systematic and coherent way, to achieve a better built environment - in the specific context of Belgrade’s designing and planning practice. Á review of relevant up-to-date research topics and developed concepts found in the current theoretical discourse presented in the Urban Morphology Journal and ISUF, such as: morphological dimension of municipal plans (Oliveira, 2006, 2013), the issue of boundaries (Whitehand, 2007, 2013; Larkham, 2011; Morton), the question of scale and key concept – block or tissue (Kropf, 2006, 2011; Samuels, 2008; Hall, 2008a, 2008b) will be conducted. A number of major themes in the agenda of the morphological debate, will be examined to establish how existing morphological criteria in the Master plan of Belgrade and related planning documents correspond. It was determined that the morphological dimension of those criteria is questionable and that the real form-based approach in Belgrade’s planning documents and procedures were absent which had a detrimental impact on the quality of physical and urban structure. It can be stated that there is a need, firstly, for a detailed theoretical elaboration of relevant concepts of urban morphology and then integrating them into planning documents and procedures in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal conclusion reached is that urban morphologists should have a key role in the prescription of future changes through coordination of design guidance, codes and plans at different scales.",
publisher = "Porto : FEUP",
journal = "Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 1, Book of Abstracts",
title = "The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia",
pages = "405-405"
}
Niković, A., Đokić, V.,& Manić, B.. (2014). The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia. in Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 1, Book of Abstracts
Porto : FEUP., 405-405.
Niković A, Đokić V, Manić B. The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia. in Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 1, Book of Abstracts. 2014;:405-405..
Niković, Ana, Đokić, Vladan, Manić, Božidar, "The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia" in Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 1, Book of Abstracts (2014):405-405.

The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia

Niković, Ana; Đokić, Vladan; Manić, Božidar

(Porto : FEUP, 2014)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Niković, Ana
AU  - Đokić, Vladan
AU  - Manić, Božidar
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/412
AB  - The aim of this paper is to present one of the main issues and tasks of the ISUF – the importance of introducing concepts of urban morphology to professional practice, in a systematic and coherent way, to achieve a better built environment - in the specific context of Belgrade. A review of relevant up-to-date research topics and developed concepts found in the current theoretical discourse presented in the Urban Morphology Journal and ISUF, such as: morphological dimension of municipal plans (Oliveira), the issue of boundaries (Whitehand, Larkham and Morton), the question of scale and key concept – block or tissue (Kropf, Samuels, Hall) will be conducted. A number of major themes in the agenda of the morphological debate, will be examined to establish how existing morphological criteria in the Master plan of Belgrade and related planning documents correspond. It was determined that the morphological dimension of those criteria is questionable and that the real form-based approach in Belgrade’s planning documents and procedures were absent which had a detrimental impact on the quality of physical and urban structure. It can be stated that there is a need, firstly, for a detailed theoretical elaboration of relevant concepts of urban morphology and then integrating them into planning documents and procedures in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal conclusion reached is that urban morphologists should have a key role in the prescription of future changes through coordination of design guidance, codes and plans at different scales.
PB  - Porto : FEUP
C3  - Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings
T1  - The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia
SP  - 1642
EP  - 1651
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Niković, Ana and Đokić, Vladan and Manić, Božidar",
year = "2014",
abstract = "The aim of this paper is to present one of the main issues and tasks of the ISUF – the importance of introducing concepts of urban morphology to professional practice, in a systematic and coherent way, to achieve a better built environment - in the specific context of Belgrade. A review of relevant up-to-date research topics and developed concepts found in the current theoretical discourse presented in the Urban Morphology Journal and ISUF, such as: morphological dimension of municipal plans (Oliveira), the issue of boundaries (Whitehand, Larkham and Morton), the question of scale and key concept – block or tissue (Kropf, Samuels, Hall) will be conducted. A number of major themes in the agenda of the morphological debate, will be examined to establish how existing morphological criteria in the Master plan of Belgrade and related planning documents correspond. It was determined that the morphological dimension of those criteria is questionable and that the real form-based approach in Belgrade’s planning documents and procedures were absent which had a detrimental impact on the quality of physical and urban structure. It can be stated that there is a need, firstly, for a detailed theoretical elaboration of relevant concepts of urban morphology and then integrating them into planning documents and procedures in Belgrade and Serbia. The principal conclusion reached is that urban morphologists should have a key role in the prescription of future changes through coordination of design guidance, codes and plans at different scales.",
publisher = "Porto : FEUP",
journal = "Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings",
title = "The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia",
pages = "1642-1651"
}
Niković, A., Đokić, V.,& Manić, B.. (2014). The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia. in Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings
Porto : FEUP., 1642-1651.
Niković A, Đokić V, Manić B. The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia. in Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings. 2014;:1642-1651..
Niković, Ana, Đokić, Vladan, Manić, Božidar, "The morphological dimension of planning documents: case study Belgrade, capital of Serbia" in Our common future in Urban Morphology. Vol. 2, Conference Proceedings (2014):1642-1651.

Revising the position of a city block within the morphological frame of a traditional city: Contemporary perspectives

Niković, Ana; Đokić, Vladan; Marić, Igor

(Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Niković, Ana
AU  - Đokić, Vladan
AU  - Marić, Igor
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/237
AB  - This paper investigates the basic theoretical concepts of urban morphology related to the phenomena of a traditional city and its constitutive elements, including the city block. The traditional city is not considered an absolute model, but a subject of morphological analysis, by which its characteristics are detected, classified and described, becoming a base for new synthetic models in the context of contemporary designing and planning. The paper provides theoretical support to further studies dealing with the practical application of theoretical knowledge and concepts of urban morphology in designing and planning. It points out that the key characteristics of a traditional city identified by morphological analysis are contained within the architectural and urban entity of a city block, which can, therefore, be considered a generative element of its urban structure. Given that the scale of a city block allows for morphological analysis, as well as providing recommendations for future urban development, these research results can be applied to the contemporary context of designing and planning. The paper fits into contemporary studies that link the fields of urban morphology and urban design.
PB  - Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia
T2  - Spatium
T1  - Revising the position of a city block within the morphological frame of a traditional city: Contemporary perspectives
VL  - 1
IS  - 31
SP  - 1
EP  - 6
DO  - 10.2298/SPAT1431001N
UR  - Konv_347
ER  - 
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author = "Niković, Ana and Đokić, Vladan and Marić, Igor",
year = "2014",
abstract = "This paper investigates the basic theoretical concepts of urban morphology related to the phenomena of a traditional city and its constitutive elements, including the city block. The traditional city is not considered an absolute model, but a subject of morphological analysis, by which its characteristics are detected, classified and described, becoming a base for new synthetic models in the context of contemporary designing and planning. The paper provides theoretical support to further studies dealing with the practical application of theoretical knowledge and concepts of urban morphology in designing and planning. It points out that the key characteristics of a traditional city identified by morphological analysis are contained within the architectural and urban entity of a city block, which can, therefore, be considered a generative element of its urban structure. Given that the scale of a city block allows for morphological analysis, as well as providing recommendations for future urban development, these research results can be applied to the contemporary context of designing and planning. The paper fits into contemporary studies that link the fields of urban morphology and urban design.",
publisher = "Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia",
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title = "Revising the position of a city block within the morphological frame of a traditional city: Contemporary perspectives",
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Niković, A., Đokić, V.,& Marić, I.. (2014). Revising the position of a city block within the morphological frame of a traditional city: Contemporary perspectives. in Spatium
Institute of Architecture, Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia., 1(31), 1-6.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1431001N
Konv_347
Niković A, Đokić V, Marić I. Revising the position of a city block within the morphological frame of a traditional city: Contemporary perspectives. in Spatium. 2014;1(31):1-6.
doi:10.2298/SPAT1431001N
Konv_347 .
Niković, Ana, Đokić, Vladan, Marić, Igor, "Revising the position of a city block within the morphological frame of a traditional city: Contemporary perspectives" in Spatium, 1, no. 31 (2014):1-6,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT1431001N .,
Konv_347 .
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