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Bozidar Milic Award

When evaluating the submitted works, the most valuable is the visible contribution to Montenegrin architecture and urbanism, following the following principles:

  1. Principle of performance
  2. Principle of professional ethics
  3. Principle of affiliation
  4. Principle of equivalence
  5. Principle of objectivity
  6. Principle of secrecy

From the 2019 academy awards ceremony

University of Montenegro, led by the Faculty of Architecture, together with the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, Ministry of Culture, Chamber of Commerce, and in cooperation with the Capital City of Podgorica, the Municipality of Bar and the Association of Architects, were solemnly presented in the December 20, 2019,Božidar Milić Awards for 2019 in three categories,in the Rectorate building premises.

At the opening of this Ceremonial Academy spoke Svetislav Popovic Ph.D., Professor from the University of Montenegro, Boris PoružnjakPh.D., Professor and Nenad Lipovac Ph.D., Professor from the Faculty of Architecture,from the University of Zagreb, as well asPeter Gabrijelčić Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, from the University of Ljubljana.

– Prof Bozidar Milić was a role model from whom we all learned, and we will always question whether we have learned. We must not forget what he has always brought to our attention: to be valuable, to be responsible, to be professional and above all to be honorable – he reminded all present Vladimir Bojković, Ph,D.

Award – Winning Works In 2019.

In the Critical-Theoretical Text Category

Winner: Vladimir Bojović, B.Sc. in Arch.

“Architecture and Urbanism of Nikšić after the Second World War”

Andrejević Foundation, Belgrade 2019.

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In this category, Jury members were:

Nenad Lipovac, Ph.D. in Architecture, Professor – declared a winner

Ljiljana Miletić Abramović, Art Historian, MA

MarojeMrduljaš, B.Sc. in Arch., MA

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In the Realized Architectural Work Category

Winner: Ivan Milošević, B.Sc. in Arch./AIM Studio</strong

Local community center Gošić in Tivat

Investor: Investment Directorate Tivat Municipality
Year of project implementation: 2019
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In this category, Jury members were:

Peter Gabrijelčić, Ph.D. in Architecture, Professor Emeritus – declared a winner

Boris Koružnjak, B.Sc. in Arch., MA,

Professor Idis Turato, Ph.D. in Architecture, Professor

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In the Student Work Category

Winners: Đina Prnjat, B.Sc. in Arch. and Nemanja Mitrović, B.Sc. in Arch.

„House 100: Post-War Housing, Syria”

Task type: Competitive work

Year of production: 2018.


In this category, Jury members were:

Peter Gabrijelčić, Ph.D. in Architecture, Professor Emeritus – declared a winner
Boris Koružnjak, B.Sc. in Arch., MA, Professor
Idis Turato, Ph.D. in Architecture, Professor

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From the Ceremony

Overview of all works of participants in 2019