Great recognition for Year 4 student of Interior Design Ana Čabarkapa, and for the Faculty of Contemporary Arts. Her work has passed the selection process and will be featured at the 43rd Salon of Architecture, a traditional event organized by the Belgrade Museum of Applied Arts.
Ana’s work depicts how, in her opinion, the Museum of Applied Arts should look. Her mentor was FCA Professor, Nina Stojanović. Her work will be exhibited side by side with the works of doyens of architecture and interior design, older colleagues and teachers who left a mark in their profession.
Ana’s work will be exhibited at the Museum of Applied Arts and published
The Salon of Architecture is an annual event. It is the largest professional event where architects, interior decorators and designers compete for professional awards, and there is a special category for student works where the awarded entries are presented to the public. There has been a record number of entries submitted for this year’s competition, which makes Ana’s success that much greater. Her award entails the exhibition of her works at the Museum of Applied Arts, and their publication in a catalogue.
Professor Nina Stojanović on her student’s work:
“The work represents the Museum of Applied Arts, and the design experiments with shapes, communicating an explosion of forms, colors and rhythms. She treats and revives exhibition spaces in a brave and original way. Despite the complexity of the circular shape of the exhibition space, the space is functional and intelligently designed. The central space is the meeting point where information intersects, and through which functions flow to the exhibition annexes.
The content on display is varied which makes the work quite complex to master. The rhythm in space is emphasized by the shadows of the geometric structure of the dome, built in biophilic style, which would require special treatment in the further elaboration of the project to prevent the dynamics of light from disturbing the expression of the artwork itself. In any case, the task is extensive, demanding, and generally speaking, successfully mastered. The project study is well-equipped with all technical elements necessary for an interior design project.”
You can see a presentation of Ana Čabarkapa’s work HERE.
The Faculty of Contemporary Arts would like to congratulate our student and her mentor and wish them success in the future.