Borivoje Jovanović is a Serbian architect born in Belgrade in 1938. He studied and graduated in 1964 in Faculty of Architecture of the Belgrade University (Milana Zloković studio). In the same year, he was employed in the architectural design office „Centroprojekt“ where he worked until 2003. Borivoje Jovanović was awarded the most prestigious prizes and recognitions.
His most important realized worksHousing
The „Julino brdo“ residential settlement in Belgrade (with M. Lojanica and P. Cagić), 1967–71; Residential block in Radiceva Street, Osijek, Croatia (with M. Lojanica and P. Cagić), 1969–74; Residential block „Galacka“ , Kikinda, Serbia (with P. Cagić), 1978–83 The „Block 19A“ residential settlement in New Belgrade(with M. Lojanica, P. Cagićand R. Marić), 1976–82; Residential settlement „II Community Center“, Bežanijska Kosa, Belgarde (with Đ. Mitrovićem and N. Žarkovićem)
City centres and pedestrian zones
The Reconstruction of the Valjevo city centar and City Square in Karađorđeva Street (with M. Lojanica, P. Cagić, R. Marić, M. Božanić and B. Krković) 1971–80; The Pedestrian zone in Kikindi (with P. Cagić)1977-84; The Kralj Petar I Square in Pančevo(with P. Cagić and M. Lojanica) 1984–86, Hotels and tourist facilities Hotel in Ljubljana, Slovenia (with M. Lojanica and P. Cagić), 1973–77; Apartment Complex „Maslinjak“, Krašići, Montenegro(with M. Lojanica and P. Cagić), 1976-80 Hotel „Selters“, Mladenovac
Bank and department store in Kikindi (with P. Cagić) 1977-83; The Central Bank of Russia in Moscow (with A. Semjonov); Border crossing buildings in Horgos (with R. Anđelković); Office building „City square“ in Belgrade (with Đ. Mitrović, at the stage of preliminary design)Health care facilities Surgical block of military hospital, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Clinical Center, Niš Interiors Hotel in Ljubljana, Slovenia 1973–77; Hotel „Selters“, Mladenovac; The Central Bank of Russia in Moscow (with A. Semjonov); Office building „City square“ in Belgrade
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