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Serbia: Belgrade, Novi Sad; Croatia: Zagreb, Osijek, Split; Slovenia: Ljubljana, Maribor; Bosnia + Herzegovina: Sarajevo; Montenegro: Kolasin, Podgorica; Macedonia: Skoplje, Bitola

 

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    mbrdarski Jun 14 '10 0

    The following blog is a glimpse of my travels throughout the ex-Yugoslav Republics. The documentation is part of a larger research agenda driven to uncover and examine the idiosyncrasies of the architecture that grew out of social modernism in Yugoslavia in the 60s and 70s. In the following months I will visit Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro and Macedonia to investigate the ways in which the architecture is informed by the historical, social and built domain of the preceding decades in Yugoslavia-i.e the relationship between the historic, ‘regional’ city core, the post-war ‘Yugoslavian’ new town, and increasingly ‘iconic’ projects inserted amongst old and new.

     

     
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About this Blog

This research is driven to uncover and examine the idiosyncrasies of the architecture that grew out of social modernism in Yugoslavia in the 60s and 70s. Through my travels to the Ex-Yugoslav republics, I will investigate the ways in which these characteristics are informed, urbanistically and architecturally, by the historical, social and –above all- built domain of the preceding decades in Yugoslavia.

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