Ranko Radović (August 18, 1935 – February 16, 2005) was a Montenegrin architect, professor and theoretician of architecture. He taught contemporary architecture and urbanism at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture between 1972 and 1992. In 1996 he founded the Novi Sad School of Architecture, a division within the University of Novi Sad.
Ranko Radović was the president of the International Federation for Housing and Planning between 1984 and 1992.
While Radović was never interested in politics, in January 2003 he was elected into the government of Montenegro to a post of Minister of Ecology and Urbanism. In this capacity he was noted of originality. For example, his official ministerial vehicle was a bicycle. When he resigned from the post in September 2003, he donated his "official bicycle" to the best student of an elementary school in Podgorica.
The Ranko Radović Award, for promotion of critical theoretical thought and creativity in the field of architecture, is presented annually by "The Applied Artists and Designers Association of Serbia" (ULUPUDS).
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- 1997: Lifetime achievement award from the Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia (УЛУПУДС)
- 1997: Vuk Award