Zaha Hadid takes on Former Beko Textile Factory

Zaha Hadid takes on Former Beko Textile Factory

Belgrade

The new contemporary development at the location of the former Beko textile factory, designed by Zaha Hadid, will mark the continuance of Belgrade’s signature “Modernist” movement, which was abruptly discontinued in the 1980s.

The new multifunctional complex near Kalemegdan will awaken Belgrade’s spirit of modernism – the iconic style of the Serbian capital in the thirties, fifties and seventies.

Belgrade will become the first city in the South East European region to have a building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects [based in London].

A unique multifunctional complex at the location of the former Beko factory at the Danube riverside, jointly with the proposed “Cloud” by the Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto on the adjoining Sava waterfront, will mark the revitalization of an entire area key to Belgrade’s development and history – the Confluence waterfront crescent from Small Kalemegdan to Beton Hala.

Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory by Zaha Hadid
Beko Textile Factory before
Beko Textile Factory before
Beko Textile Factory before
Beko Textile Factory before
Beko Textile Factory before
Beko Textile Factory before



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