Dusica milojevic

The Telephone Exchange in Belgrade, in Kosovo Street, , the work of Branko Tanazovic Sacral monuments, the Orthodox churches from the last century and this one are presented here only in order to emphasize that the Serbian- Byzantine tradition was preserved throughout the centuries without any significant external influence. He skilfully designed the pedestrian zone of Prince Mihajlo Street. By building the Faculty of Philosophy, Svetislav Licina proved that a relation between modern architecture and tradition is possible. The business building of "Energoprojekt" in Belgrade, , the work of Aleksandar Kekovic Some thirty Serbian architects have been mentioned so far.

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The buildings were the victors. Their architecture radiated with freshness, distinction, mastery of skills and had a strong historical vigour. The architectural frameworks are defined by names, and without them the discussion of the influence of Classicism, the Renaissance, Romanticism, Eclecticism, Academism, the Secession or Modernism would be pointless. The brothers Petar Krstic and Branko Krstic from Belgrade introduced the spirit of fine art into architecture, as its essential expression, with the Church of Saint Mark and the "Igumanov" building in the centre of Belgrade.

The architect Jovan Frencl stayed in Belgrade for almost seven years, and he did projects for the Clinical Eye Hospital in Ratomir Bogojevicwho planned the building of the Pensionary Bureau and the Press Centrecontrols mass in motion in a refined way and promotes visible detail.

The Centre of Yugoslav-Norwegian Friendship in Gornji Milanovac,the work of Aleksandar Djokic Aleksandar Djokic is one of the most significant representatives of his generation, performing on the boundary between post-Modern and neo-Romantic architecture. The architecture of the Patriarch's Palace belongs to the neo-Renaissance, although the author found his inspiration on the boundaries of milojevid Renaissance, and among the Romantic and Byzantine symbols.

Aleksandar Djordjevic, who was born in in Belgrade and studied in Karlsruhe and Paris, renovated a castle in Slovenia and incorporated the spirit of French architecture into all of his mliojevic work in Belgrade.

Bono constructed the first business tower in Belgrade, the "Albania" building. At one moment, observing the silhouette of the city by the Danube dusics occurred to me that I was somewhere near Vienna. Through Ecleticism, containing Renaissance and Baroque logic, the European academic formulas from the end of the last century maintained their ground in Belgrade's milieu for almost thirty years. Follow the links below for more information.

The Bakic couple, Dragoljub and Ljiljana erected a great number of housing projects and representative constructions both in Yugoslavia and abroad, which are characterized by a distinctive creative curiosity.

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In his project for the Officer's Cooperative ofhe followed contemporary European practice. Keep up on our always evolving content and collection volume. However, the architects who mastered the road from Eclecticism and Academism to Classicism did not share this opinion.

Sacral monuments, the Orthodox churches from the last century and this one are presented here dusics in order to emphasize that the Serbian- Byzantine tradition was preserved throughout the centuries without any significant external influence.

They left Serbia thirty, twenty or ten years ago, but remained bound to its roots. The third urban reconstruction of the most significant part of Belgrade, from towhich was carried out according to the ideas of Emilijan Joksimovic, the first Serbian town-planner, finally strengthened the domination of symmetrical blocks, in the European way.

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Since the middle of the last century, more than fifty foreign architects have also worked in Belgrade. Hospitals were also a subject of interest for many generations of architects.

Hence, there are many regulations about the proportions of every room in an apartment, the number of square meters in an apartment, the number of tenants, the width of balconies or loggia, the possible height of ceilings, the number of sanitary facilities and sanitary hook-ups which can be attached to a sewage line, the width and height of windows and doors, and so on.

Young people were given scholarships, attending elite European schools and returning to Belgrade as architects with high grades from their studies.

Milorad Ruvidic was born in the same year, an architect who got his diploma in Berlin and later showed its value through his architectonic work all over Serbia - in Sabac, Belgrade, Nis and Pirot.

It should be noted that Serbian architects secured leading positions in some twenty countries, where they were emigrants or simply on short sojourns, and they have already entered the vusica of architecture of those countries.

After completing his studies in Zurich, Milan Antonovic showed his abilities in Belgrade as an eclectic, but also as a devotee of Secessionism and classic Academism.

In kilojevic, the citizens of Belgrade celebrated the centennial of their first urban plan. Leko, born ineducated in Zurich, Aachen and Munich, died at the age of 51, but he left behind the representative building of the New Military Academy in Belgrade, along with many other structures and villas.

This building was almost shocking to the public and provoked controversy induring the period of sterile construction.

Milutin Borisavljevic from Kragujevac was educated in Belgrade, won his doctoral degree at Sorbonne, and worked first in Belgrade and later in Paris, becoming a world-famous architect and aesthetic. Explicit and defined in his artistic expression, the academician Milorad Pantovic drew the plans for the gigantic exhibition halls at the Belgrade Fairground He skilfully designed the pedestrian zone of Prince Mihajlo Street.

Momir Korunovic, five years older than Borisavljevic, after completing his studies in Belgrade in he continued his advanced studies in Prague, Rome and Paris, and entered the history of Serbian architecture by building the Post-Office and Telegraph Administration in Their works are the sports complex "Pionir" and the hotel "Sheraton" in Harare from

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