Retrospective exhibition "Architect Stevan Micic-OPUS 40"

Septembеr 2015


Opening ceremony of exibiton „Architect Stevan Micic-OPUS 40“ was held on September 3 2015 in exhibition space of Legacy House in Knez Mihajlova Street in Beograde. At the opening of the exibition were speeches: arch. Branko Bojovic, arch. Dragomir Acovic, prof. arch. Aleksandar Stjepanovic.  Exhibition lasted from 3. to 25. september 2015. 


Retrospective exhibition „Architect Stevan Micic-OPUS 40“ is a kind of historiographical review of the architectural oeuvre of one of the most productive local builders from the late 20th and early 21st century in Serbia, whose work over four decades (1975-2015) was marked by unbridled creative energy of different stylistic permutations in local architecture. The basic concept of the exhibition is divided into three main segments: urban planning, architecture and art opus.


The projects, the competition solutions, studies and realized buildings of the architect Stevan Micic (1951) in Serbia and abroad were shown on over 60 panels that methodologicaly represent the most significant part of exhibition. Models  of twelve projects, also presented on the panels has been displayed to the public as a valuable complement to the exhibition.


Special content of the exhibition is presented art work, which emphasizes analytical mentality of author, his curiosity, the constant search for new possibilities of transformation the reality and insisting on beauty. Review of the visual arts Stevan Micic was shown in over one hundred original art works made in different art techniques like  etchings, pastels, charcoal, tempera, mixed media and others.

The exhibition is the first comprehensive and methodologically equally display the complete oeuvre of the  architect Stevan Micic, through a carefully designed concept of setting that encourages visitors to search for hidden meanings of architecture.




March 2008


Certificate of merit in “Urban Planning” category awarded to “ABA CONSULT“ for Synthetic urban planning study on the transformation of “BELGRADE SHIPYARD” site in Novi Beograd

Project Manager:
Stevan Mićić, B.Sc. Architecture


Project Team:
Sanjin Grbić, B.Sc. Architecture
Tatjana Mićić, B.Sc. Architecture
Ivana Jovanović, B.Sc. Architecture
Jelena Milutinović, Architect


Ratko Salatić, D.Sc. Civil Engineering
Svetozar Teofilović, B.Sc. Traffic Engineering
Dragan Sekulović, B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
Aleksandar Jevtić, B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Having in mind that the relevant site is one of the most attractive and demanding sites in the territory of Belgrade, it is necessary to perform as many expert research projects and specialized studies as possible, in order to make the site operations rational and reasonable for the city, their users, and the Investor. The site is located in the territory of Novi Beograd Municipality, and it belongs to the left bank of the Sava River in the zone of Srem’s Sava river banks.


From the aspect of traffic, the site is enclosed by Jurija Gagarina Street in the north, the route of the future Inner Ring Road in the east, the Sava River in the south, and an internal road toward “Novi Beograd” District Heating Plant in the west.


The transformation of the site implies a residential area (either as an integral block, or in combination with commercial units on ground floors and in annexes of residential buildings) and commercial/business space (according to the same principle). One of the most attractive facilities planned for the future is a marina covering the water area of approximately 30 000 sq.m.


Buildings recommended after some design and volumetric investigations of building possibilities are either free-standing or attached over joint annexes, so that the center of the block is reserved for landscaped green and park-like areas, as zones with potentials for recreation, sports, playgrounds for children, etc.

The site dynamics is ensured by variations in the number of floors of buildings and in facilities themselves, while strictly observing basic urban planning and design principles.