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The bus terminal in Podgorica was built in 1968, according to the project of Svetlana Kana Radević. She created an architecture that contributed significantly to the identity of Podgorica. The Bus terminal is located near the city center. After more than 40 years of work, spatially and..

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Documentation of Cities

Rijeka, Split, Ubli, Croatia
by Sonja Jankov

Recent series are focusing on architecture in three coastal cities in Croatia: Rijeka (European Capital of Culture 2020), Split and Ubli. All three segments - Photo-construction of Architecture: Rijeka, Late Modernism in Split and Terra nUBLLIus - are deprived of any dynamics and people, using..

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Villa Srebrno

Srebrno, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

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Villa Rusalka

Dubrovnik, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

The volumetric simplicity and symmetry of the series of villas that Dobrović built in Dubrovnik in the decade of the nineteen-thirties, relates then at the same time to the rules of International Style, and to the local tradition of country mansions built by the Dubrovnik elite. The simultaneous..

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Villa Svid

Zaton, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

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Villa Adonis

Dubrovnik, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

[h]The Manifesto[/h]
The cross section of Villa Adonis resembles a physical manifesto of Functionalism that has been adapted to the Mediterranean climate and to the sloping terrain. Its introverted volume rises above an open porch on four reinforced concrete columns, while its back leans against..

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