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Hotel Korali

Sutomore, Montenegro
by Milan Popović

Hotel consists of three separate objects, each of them containing 200 beds. Rooms vary in size, but each of them has a view of the sea and a spacious terrace. Central restaurant has the capacity of 600 guests, while each of the three objects has its own salon. Hotel was equipped with a bar, a..

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Motel Košuta

Kragujevac, Serbia
by Ivan Vitić

Part of the highway project initiated in 1947 and completed in the mid-1960s, this massive highway project spanned all the way from Slovenia down to Macedonia. Vitić’s new motorway-based motel Košuta was built in a picturesque sylvan meadow near the Serbian town of Batočina, just off the motorway..

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Ludvik Tomori

Belgrade, Serbia
born 1915, Koka

Ludvik Tomori (January 22, 1915 - August 9, 1994) was born in Koka near Budapest, Hungary. After the Gymnasium in Maribor he studied at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana, where he graduated from prof. Jože Plečnik in 1939.

During 1943-1945 he joined the National Liberation Struggle..

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UDBA Building

Belgrade, Serbia
by Ludvik Tomori

With the reorganization of the Department for the Protection of the People (OZNA) in 1946, the Directorate of State Security (UDBA) at the Ministry of the Interior of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia was formed, as a strictly centralized intelligence and security organization. The..

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Monumentalism, as a distinct form element of the UDBA building, also represents another dimension of architecture characteristic of the USSR, that is, socialist realism there. Close political ties and a similar political climate have conditioned in our region a strong rejection of modernist..

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Family Villa Portorož

Portorož, Slovenia
by Ludvik Tomori

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