With the purchase of Villa Prendić, the new owner, otherwise an aficionado of modern and contemporary art, intends to renovate this urban villa, located in the authentic ambiance of the spatial cultural and historical ensemble of the Professors’ Colony, in accordance with the established protection measures.
Due to the construction works that violate the architectural values of the cultural monument of Villa Šteric, at 4 Generala Sturma Street in the Belgrade neighborhood of Dedinje, an appeal was sent to prevent the destruction and return to the original condition of this cultural monument, which is a representative example of interwar residential architecture of mature modernism.
As part of the TV series “Ancestors and Descendants”, the Science and education department of the Radio Television of Serbia, a new episode, dedicated to the Zloković family was broadcast on January 23, 2022.
By signing the annex to the agreement, the cooperation between Milan Zloković Foundation and Belgrade City Museum of the was expanded
On November 19, 2021, Milan Zloković Foundation and Belgrade City Museum concluded an annex to the Agreement on Gift, which was originally concluded in November 2018, thus expanding the scope of cooperation through joint activities in the field of promoting the personality and work of Milan Zloković.
Initiative launched for the restoration of the fresco on the facade of the residential and commercial building at 33 Kralja Milutina Street
Mr. Toma Mihailović, one of the members of the condominum association in the residential-business building at 33 Kralja Milutina Street, ie the former Josip Šojat building built in 1927 after Zloković’s design, approached Milan Zloković Foundation, looking for support in implementation of the restoration of the fresco that was painted originally on the facade. This building was declared a cultural monument by the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia on September 13, 2019.
About the establishment of the the Legacy of Milan Zloković in the show “All the colors of life” on RTS
The formation of the archival collection of Milan Zlokovic’s work at the Museum of the City of Belgrade was presented in the television show “All the Colors of Life”, authored and hosted by Vesna Pavlicek, broadcast on the 27th June 2021, as part of the educational and scientific program of the Radio Television of Serbia.
The Ministry of Culture and Information supported the digitalization and conservation of archival material of architect Milan Zloković
With the financial support of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, the Milan Zloković Foundation implemented a project of conservation of damaged architectural drawings and digitalization of photographic negatives in the period from October to December 2020.
At the beginning of 2020, the Milan Zlokovic Foundation has started creating the Foundation’s website, with the idea to present the work of architect Milan Zloković and segments from his extensive legacy in the most immediate way to the general and professional public, in Serbia and abroad and, make them available for educational and scientific purposes. The website presents all aspects of Zloković’s oeuvre (architecture, scientific research and art works), as well as an overview of previous research and scientific valorization of his role in the development of Serbian architecture and culture.
By the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia from March 13, 2020, and at the proposal of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of the City of Belgrade, Villa Prendić was declared a cultural monument.
Through the introduction of the “previous protection” regime, the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of the City of Belgrade in 2018 initiated the procedure for the proclamation of Villa Prendić (1932) in the Professorial Colony for the Monument of Culture.