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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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    Sarajevo, Bosnia & Hercegovina_Museum of the Revolution

    mbrdarski Jul 23 '10 0

    Sarajevo, Bosnia & Hercegovina_Museum of the Revolution
    Architects: Boris Magas and Edo Smidhen
    Date: 1963

    The ground and the sky materialize to form two large volumes; a plinth below and a large marble box above. The two sections are kept apart by a glazed wrapping moving in-between the volumes around their corners and continuing on away from the street.

    The large cantilever of the museum’s top volume extends far enough to block most of the direct light from entering the middle zone. The ambiance of the interior vestibule and entrance gallery smoothly transition out towards the exterior courtyard. The main gallery space located in the top volume is lit by overhead sky lights - cameras were not allowed.

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    Museum alongside the street

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    Museum entrance away from street

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    Interior entrance gallery

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    Interior view of main staircase from top gallery

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    View of exterior garden near entrance

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    View from courtyard above towards exterior staircase

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    View from courtyard towards the street

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    Cantilever and window

     

     
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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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