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Ivan Vitić

Split, Zagreb, Croatia
born 1917, Šibenik

Ivan Vitić was an important modernist architect in the period of Yugoslavia. He worked mostly on the territory of today's Croatia.

Graduated from the Faculty of Engineering in Zagreb he worked as an assistant at the Department of Architectural Composition from 1941 to 1943. He was involved..

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Nikola Dobrović

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1897, Pécs

Nikola Dobrović, a Serbian architect and urban planner, is generally considered to be Yugoslavia’s most important modern architect, having significantly contributed to the nation’s post-war identity. Recognised among the European intellectual avant-garde, he was a pioneer among Yugoslavian..

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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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