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Monument to the Revolution

Kozara, Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Dušan Džamonija

Monument to the Revolution (Spomenik Revoluciji) is a World War II memorial sculpture by Dušan Džamonja, located at Mrakovica, one of the highest peaks of Kozara mountain, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is dedicated to the fierce battle and 2.500 Yugoslav partisan fighters and..

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Pinka Tomažiča Primary School was designed by Edo Mihevc in Koper in 1960. The building - without doubt - was a prominent example of the Slovenian modernism with all of its characteristics. In architectural terms, the school was the only example of a transparent pavilion construction. Special..

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Cankarjev dom

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Edvard Ravnikar

The complex represents the finest example of Slovenian Structuralism, and originates in Ravnikar's composition exercises in B - course the minor degree program at the Ljubljana School of Architecture in 1960s.

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Tomos Skyscraper

Koper, Slovenia
by Edo Mihevc

Skyscraper or solitary home is the most recognizable building in the Belveder complex. The building is constructed in two parts, in the basement there is a public programme (shop) and the entrance while in the floors we might find two type of units. The small are oriented towards nord, while the..

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Cultural Centre

Trieste, Italy
by Edo Mihevc

The Kulturni dom (Cultural Centre) in Trieste, housing the Permanent Slovene Theatre represents a phenomenon among theatre buildings in the Slovene cultural space. In order to understand this one has to know the history of Slovenes in Trieste and their literally fiery theatrical history. Kulturni..

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EMA

Moskow, Russia
by KOSMOS Architects

EMA is a project of revitalization of an ex-industrial territory in the center of Moscow. In the last decade, the industry (factory of Electrical Medical Apparates) was relocated and the territory became abandoned. New interventions - immense shining of foil reflections, theatrical scaleless..

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Kotor APSS

Kotor, Montenegro
by DVARP

Big voids in planning legislations and turnovers in social, political and economic circumstances have lead to major space misuse in many coastal towns along the Adriatic. Looking for a quick return, housing and tourism oriented projects seamed to be the easiest and the most profitable..

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The King’s Cross Pond Club was a public art project, commissioned by King’s Cross Central Partnership as part of the Relay Art Program. OOZE and Marjetica Potrč occupied a temporary site in the midst of the King’s Cross construction site in London and created a micro-ecological environment with a..

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