_About us

Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia is national chapter of  international working party Do.co.mo.mo.  International, an organization working on protection and preservation of buildings and sites that belong to modern movement in architecture. Do.co.mo.mo. is an acronym derived from english words „DOcumentation and COnservation of buildings, sites and neighborhoods of the MOdern MOvement“. Do.co.mo.mo. International was initiated in 1988 in Netherlands, as a reaction of professionals provoked by rapid devastation and disappearance of many modern architecture masterpieces all over the world.  Today there are 69 national and regional working parties all over the world, with more than 2000 members.

Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia is registered as a section of Association of Belgrade Architects (ABA), as a national working party assembling professionals – architects, conservators and art and architecture historians, working on matter of modern movement in architecture and urban design in Serbia. Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia is open to all forms of collaborations with individuals, groups and institutions, while working on projects and fulfilling the aims of the national chapter.

Do.co.mo.mo. International: www.docomomo.com


Mission Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia is to work on educating the public and to popularize modern architecture in Serbia, as well as presentation of the national modern architecture to international public.

Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia is working on finding, arranging and presenting documentation of  buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes and sites that belong to the modern movement in architecture.

Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia helps protect and repair objects of the modern movement in architecture and fight against their devastation.

Do.co.mo.mo. Serbia is working on the improvement and  active exchange of knowledge in the field of conservation, documentation and presentation of MoMo architecture.

Eindhoven Statement

Docomomo’s main goals are brought together in the Eindhoven statement which was issued at the conclusion of the founding conference in 1990:

– Bring the significance of the modern movement to the attention of the public, the authorities, the professionals and the educational community concerned with the built environment.

– Identify and promote the recording of the works of the modern movement, including a register, drawings, photographs, archives and other documents.

– Foster the development of appropriate techniques and methods of conservation and disseminate this knowledge throughout the professions.

– Oppose destruction and disfigurement of significant works of the modern movement.

– Identify and attract funding for documentation and conservation.

– Explore and develop the knowledge of the modern movement.