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Museum of Aviation

Belgrade, Serbia
by Ivan Štraus

The Museum of Aviation in Belgrade was founded in 1957 as the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum (MJV - Muzej Jugoslovenskog Vazduhoplovstva now MVB - Muzej vazduhoplovstva-Beograd). The facility is located adjacent to Nikola Tesla Airport. The current facility opened to the public on May 21, 1989.
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BH Electric Power Building

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Ivan Štraus

The building of the The Electrical Management (Elektroprivreda) Building in Sarajevo was designed in 1978 but was destroyed when the city of Sarajevo was under blockade and military siege from 1992 to 1995. The Siege of Sarajevo was the longest siege in the history of modern warfare, conducted by..

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UNIS Towers

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Ivan Štraus

UNIS Twin towers (2 x 90m) are symbols of modern Sarajevo. They were built in 1986 and designed by Ivan Štraus. The Twin Towers are located in Marijin Dvor district in Sarajevo and were named "Momo and Uzeir" after two characters from a comedy show, a Serb and a Bosniak. The towers were heavily..

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Holiday Inn Hotel

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Ivan Štraus

The Holiday Inn was built for the 1984 Olympics Game and became famous as the headquarters of the international war reporter during the conflict in Yugoslavia in the nineties. Symbol of the Bosnian capital, the hotel opening in October 1983 officially presented by the President of the..

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In Balchik, Delavrancea designed a bunch of private villas, the local town hall and the residence of the border guards and the teahouse of the Royal Palace. The Casa Constantiniu - now sadly demolished - is a beautiful and eclectic synthesis between modernity and tradition.

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The best known work of Nobuko and Kameki Tsuchiura is their own home, completed in 1935. The building represents the architects' mastery of interlocking interior spaces. From outside as a massing of white stacked volumes, it may be considered high-International Style modernism, but any student of..

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Commissioned by maritime captain Antun Sesan, Grand Hotel on the island Lopud (Croatia) was the first building designed by architect Nikola Dobrović that was realised in Yugoslavia. In March 1934 Dobrović moved from Prague to Lopud in order to plan, organize and supervise the construction of the..

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Villa Vesna

Lopud, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

Villa Vesna on the island Lopud (Croatia) was built according to project of architect Nikola Dobrović from 1938. Through the design of series of villas in the Dubrovnik region in the late 1930s, Dobrović progressively introduced ideas of modern architecture to the Dalmatian coast. The first villa..

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