Mileta Bojovic is the author of numerous municipal and general urban plans of municipal centers, significant architectural projects in Montenegro, as well as beyond its borders. Bojovic is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 1966. He finished his postgraduate studies in Paris and Nancy (1964-1969) at the studio of Jean Faugeron and at the Institute for Urbanism in Paris (1967-1969) at the Faculty of Literature and Social Sciences of the University of Paris with mentor Henri Lefebvre delivered the topic "Urbanism and architecture in Yugoslavia between self-management and the extinction of the state" (1975-78). From 1969 to 1994 he worked at the Republic Bureau of Urban Planning and Design of Montenegro and then founded his own private firm "Urba Project "in Podgorica, where he still works.
He realizes city plans for Herceg Novi, Pluzine, and Zabljak. As well as numerous realized projects: Knitwear factory in Kolasin and Rozaje, the settlements Block V in Podgorica, Gymnasium Niksic. He is a participant of numerous architecturally-town planning competitions, in which he won the first prize. He had exhibitions of his projects in Oslo and Bijelo Polje. He works and publishes in the field of architecture, urban planning and urban sociology. He was elected for a member of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts in 2018.
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