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Arhi.pro - The Parent Branch - Info


Arhi.Pro The Parent Branch deals with design in the fields of architecture and interior design, as well as with the carrying out of finishing craft works in the construction industry, and is specialized in corporate architecture, brand standard development and design&build services. These services are primarily provided to major Clients, such as well-known foreign Companies, local government agencies as well as individuals.

Arhi.pro - Electronics Info


Arhi.Pro Elektronika is the branch dealing with design and execution of electrical works within the fields of low and medium electrical installations, telecommunications and signal systems.


Arhi.pro - Furniture - Info


Arhi.Pro Furniture is the company branch dealing with cabinet making and carpentry production along with the designing and manufacturing of office furniture, as well as elements for furnishing various functions and a large diversity of spaces. The production workshop of the branch is equipped with all of the necessary machinery for the modification and creation of board-like materials and veneers. The workshop employs over 20 carpenters.

Arhi.pro - Project - Info


Arhi.Pro Project is the company branch dealing with designing large scale buildings and entire complexes, with the design team consisting of experts within the fields of architecture, civil / structural and MEP engineering. Arhi.pro Project, with its top tier consulting and design team provides Clients with complete professional assistance done by our expert engineers, during Project development, through the phases of initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, controlling and closing.


Architecture of Belgrade

Architecture of Belgrade refers to the architecture and styles developed in Belgrade, Serbia. Belgrade has wildly varying architecture, from the centre of Zemun, typical of a Central European town, to the more modern architecture and spacious layout of New Belgrade. The oldest architecture is found in Kalemegdan park. Outside of Kalemegdan, the oldest buildings date only from 19th century, due to its geographic position and frequent wars and destructions.

The oldest public structure in Belgrade is a nondescript Turkish türbe, while the oldest house is a modest clay house on Dorćol, from late 18th century. Western influence began in the 19th century, when the city completely transformed from an oriental town to the contemporary architecture of the time, with influences from neoclassicism, romanticism and academic art. Serbian architects took over the development from the foreign builders in the late 19th century, producing the National Theatre, Old Palace, Cathedral Church and later, in the early 20th century, the National Assembly and National Museum, influenced by art nouveau.

Elements of Neo-Byzantine architecture are present in buildings such as Vuk's Foundation, old Post Office in Kosovska street, and sacral architecture, such as St. Mark's Church (based on the Gračanica monastery), and the Temple of Saint Sava.

 

 

Meet Our Team

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