Search results for keyword 1970s Yugoslav housing

Educational Model

Belgrade, Serbia
by Sonja Jankov

Series of lectures are focusing on architectural drawing (sketch or technical drawing) by purpose of learning about typology of flats and contents within flats. Lectures can be organised as workshops, exhibited as interactive piece or transformed into computer/smart phone game.

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Darko Marušić

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1940, Omiš

Darko Marušić studied at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, where he graduated in 1965. He remained as a professor at the faculty until his retirement. He is the member of the graphic design section ULUPUDUS, a regular member of the Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia and..

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Milenija Marušić

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1940, Belgrade

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Block 61 and 62

Belgrade, Serbia
by Milenija Marušić, ...

Blocks 61 and 62 in New Belgrade (Belgrade, Serbia) are fine example of 1970s housing in Yugoslavia that employed process of prefabrication, integration and planned large green areas around the massive blocks. We find similar examples of urban planning in Split that was at the time the second..

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Blok V

Podgorica, Montenegro
by Vukota Tupa Vukotić, ...

Blok 5 is a typical example of the town-planning policy in the period of late 1970s – early 1980s in Podgorica, Montenegro. It was constructed on the basis of the town-planning project of Vukota Tupa Vukotić and the architectural solution of Mileta Bojović. It consisted of eight residential..

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