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The Parking Terrace

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2014

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Savamala, Belgrade

The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
The Parking Terrace, Savamala, Belgrade, City Guerilla 2014 Photo: Guerilla
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The lack of public spaces and exterior architectural elements (balconies and terraces), which enable contact between people, Savamala owes to its historical context.  Created as a traders’ and workers’ neighborhood, it is without any architectural elements that allow social gatherings, and as such has evolved without ever surpassing its main purpose.
By using a terrace as an architectural element located on a parking space, temporary meeting points are set up, which emphasize their scarcity and importance for the people of Savamala. The Parking Terrace elements are everyday objects (tables, chairs, teapots) which are used to transform an element of public space into a social event.

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