The Collection of Architecture, Urbanism and Architectural Design was founded in 1974. The Collection deals with the historiography, architectural theory, and architectural design of the 20th century, with a particular focus on Serbian architecture. The Collection documents, researches, studies and exhibits works of architecture, urbanism and architectural design, aiming to present a wide range of forms and contents of the contemporary architecture through exhibitions of the known and less known architects, phenomena and movements. In addition, the Collection systematically realises programmatic educational series about problems in historiography, architectural theory and design or everyday practice, as well as talks about architecture, interviews with architects and events – performances. The Collection has established collaboration and communication with numerous similar institutions and associations in the country as well as abroad. The special accent is given to the establishment of interaction between the public, architects, investors, between the elite and the popular culture. The Salon of Architecture, an annual exhibition of the contemporary Serbian architecture, has been held in continuity at the Museum ever since 1974. The Grand Prix of the Salon of Architecture is one of the most prestigious awards in the career of each laureate architect. The Collection houses two bequests: the bequest of architect Miladin Prljević (1900–1973), and the bequest of professor Branko Maksimović, PhD (1900–1988), architect, member of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Curator: Ljiljana Miletić Abramović, MA, Museum Advisor

House/Studio of Sculptor Mrđan Bajić

The Corner of Senjačka and Sv. Naum Streets in Belgrade
Architects: Dejan Miljković and Jovan Mitrović
Grand Prix of the 32nd Salon of Architecture (2010)

Hotel Townhouse 27 in Maršala Birjuzova 56 and Topličin venac 27 Streets in Belgrade

Architects: Biljana Cvejić and Milan Dimitrijević
with Team of Authors: Katarina Vujanac, Marija Anđelić and Dragana Ćuk
(the Author of the Original Building from 1929 Is Zdravko Đurić)
Grand Prix of the 31st Salon of Architecture (2009)

Social Services Building in Novo Naselje in Valjevo

Architects: Zoran Abadić and Dušan Milovanović
Grand Prix of the 30th Salon of Architecture (2008)

Individual Families’ Row Houses in Belgrade

Architects: Dejan Miljković and Jovan Mitrović
Grand Prix of the 27th Salon of Architecture (2005)

Pionir Hall of Sports, Belgrade

Architects: Dragoljub Bakić and Ljiljana Bakić
(Collaborator: Vlada Vračarić – Construction, Bureau Energoprojekt)
Grand Prix of the 1st Salon of Architecture (1974)

Business Building “Аnnex”

Resavska No. 23 in Belgrade
Architects: Goran Vojvodić and Aleksandar Hrnjez
Award of the 32nd Salon of Architecture in Category „Architecture“ (2010)

Supermarket Concept Store

Višnjićeva 10 Street in Belgrade
Studio Remix: Maja Vidaković, Marko Basarovski, Mihajlo Jurić
Collaborator: Srđan Mandić, Photo: Ana Kostić
Award of the 32nd Salon of Architecture in Category „Architecture“ (2009)

Exhibition Design of the Exhibition in Museum „25 maj“

At 49th October Salon „Artist-citizen. Contextual Art Practices“ in Belgrade
Architect: Slobodan Danko Selinkić
Award of the 31st Salon of Architecture in Category „Architecture“ (2009)

Night Club „The Tube“

In Simina 21 Street in Belgrade
Architects: Đorđe Gec, Daniela Stanković and Nevena Stojović
Award of the 30th Salon of Architecture in Category „Interior“ (2008)

Project of a Hotel in Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra in Belgrade

Architect: Mustafa Musić
Award of the 30th Salon of Architecture in Category „Arhitecture-projects“ (2008)

Business Building Textil in Užice

Studio Neo_architects: Snežana Vesnić and Vladimir Milenković
Award of the 29th Salon of Architecture in Category „Architecture“ (2007)

Orthodox Church of the Birth of the Virgin in Štipina Village near Knjaževac

Architect: Branislav Mitrović
Award of the 28th Salon of Architecture in Category „Architecture“ (2006)

Branko Maksimović’s Legacy

Publication: B. Maksimović, Urbanism in Serbia, Belgrade, 1938