The Museum of Outstanding Design


MOOD, The Museum of Outstanding Design began as a platform to promote new work by living artists, architects and designers, and has quickly gained ground as an institution presenting the newest, most important evolutions in international contemporary art, design, industrial design and architecture. 

The innovative and timely exhibitions, in addition to the co-organized education and public programs, workshops, design awards and competitions actively engage audiences in thought-provoking experiences of art, culture, and society. 

MOOD Advances the public understanding and appreciation of the design, arts and architecture by collecting, preserving, and providing access to design, arts and architecture related artifacts, presenting exhibitions of artifacts, artworks, designs, architecture projects and interactive experiences, and offering educational and interpretive programs to general public.

Organic washbasin on exhibition for best design

Dimitrije has won bronze medal for design of washbasin with name “Morph” and he was participated at this exhibition.

MOOD also contains a small library which is built up by books of engineering, science, technique, and technology of design, arts and architecture. Through exhibitions, programs, research and publications, the Museum of Design documents and interprets design-themed collections and provides information and perspective on design, arts, architecture and design throughout the world and through all creative fields. 


The MOOD Museum’s ultimate aim is to encourage inquiry and to heighten public understanding and appreciation of the design for a better world, better future.

MOOD Museum presents changing and annual exhibitions that showcases award winning works throughout the world in all creative fields; artifacts of arts and design are demonstrated in the form of product samples and prototypes, and architectural, large-scale or interior-design projects are highlighted through poster exhibitions, interactive designs, movies, animations and project details are also given the digital equipment and space for exhibition. 

Crowded people in rustic interior

The MOOD Museum’s temporary thematic exhibitions are destinations for design lover tourists and locals who wish to explore the latest developments and trends in design, arts and architecture. The temporary exhibitions have a special focus on works by living artists, designers and architects and include mostly award winning projects from dozens of countries to provide a global perspective on the state of art of design.

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