• Tag: serbian design


    House A & House B at Terra Panonica by Studio AUTORI // Kikinda, Serbia.

    29th October

    As a self-appointed ambassador for Serbia and Serbian Design, I feel it is my duty to report on any exceptional-ness I see coming out of the “old country”. Which brings us to today’s post. Terra Panonica is a cultural and tourist complex located in the sleepy village of Mokrin in north-east Serbia, in the province of Vojvodina. The project consists of five houses, once an estate of a wealthy local Novak family. Two of the five properties have now been realised – Hose A (2012) and House B (2010).



    Young Serbian Designers | Ana Kraš, Antipod Studio, Jovana Bogdanovic & Miljana Nikolic.

    11th May

    I realise that this could be seen as a slightly biased post as I am very much a bias person by nature. My decisions and feelings are based on instincts and gut feelings, and these are often influenced by natural affinity I feel towards some things over others. It comes with growing up in a “Wog” country where passion and emotion are number one drivers for pretty much all decision making. {I am extremely lucky to be married to a level headed, rational and diplomatic individual who provides much needed balance in my life – hallelujah!}

    Naturally, seeing the Young Serbian Designers stand at this year Salone Satellite made my heart skip a beat, and I pretty much loved all the pieces straight away. The stand also awoke in me a huge sense of national pride and I was drawn to all the product and their creators almost instantly. And now that I’ve had the chance to dig a bit deeper, I have firmly fallen in love with many of the pieces having gone through all the press information these clever designers supplied me with…




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