Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Global Walking Tour: Belgrade
10 September 2018
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BELGRADE – The CTBUH Global Walking Tour in Belgrade was held on the morning of September 10th and included 20 participants. The tour, which was led by Ivana Tadic, Development Manager, Eagle Hills; Vladimir Milovanovic, Principal, 3lite; and CTBUH Serbia Representative Milan Jankovic, Principal, 3lite, was comprised of senior level management and architecture and civil engineering students. The walk featured developments along the Sava river, with the group discussing some of the potentials and challenges of tall buildings globally and regionally.


The CTBUH Global Walking Tour in Belgrade poses for a group photo. The tour was led by Ivana Tadic, Development Manager, Eagle Hills; Vladimir Milovanovic, Principal, 3lite; and CTBUH Serbia Representative Milan Jankovic, Principal, 3lite.

The tour kicked off around 10:00 am with Jankovic introducing CTBUH and its future activities in the region. The group then toured the showroom and project site of Kula Tower, a 168-meter designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. This portion of the tour was led by Tadic, the Development Manager of the Kula Tower (also known as the Belgrade Tower) project for Eagle Hills. Tadic took the group to the 20th floor of the neighboring BW Residence to get a better view of the site.


The tour featured a visit to the Kula Tower showroom.

The group then walked further along the Sava river while discussing other tall building development in the city, including the Usce Tower II, designed by Chapman Taylor. They also discussed how these types of buildings can influence and encourage further development on nearby sites.

After the tour, the group had a discussion with the students about the CTBUH and its current initiatives, particularly the 2019 CTBUH Tall Building Design Competition. The tour was a successful and engaging event,  emblematic of the way urban habitat and development can provoke discussion and inspire the next generation of designers and creatives.

Tour participants visited the 20th floor of nearby BW Residences in order to take in the development of Kula Tower.