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Spatium
2010, br. 23, str. 38-45
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: preliminarni izveštaj
doi:10.2298/SPAT1023038L


Spatialization of social process vs singular object of architecture
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Arhitektonski fakultet

e-adresa: mlujak@sbb.rs

Sažetak

(ne postoji na srpskom)
The fundamental subject of this research is spatialization of social process in the period of modernism manifested through transformation and/or change in meaning of space under a variety of social processes without changing the physical structure of space. These changes in meaning represent the specificity of development in space under the influence of the said social processes, which in this case is Yugoslav modernism, resulting in the creation of a singular object of architecture specific of a certain environment. These processes have been researched in the residential complex of Block 19a in New Belgrade, designed by architects Milan Lojanica, Predrag Cagić, and Borivoje Jovanović, and constructed between 1975 and 1982. The basic objective of this paper is to establish crucial causes for this complex to be considered the landmark in the designing practice of the time in Yugoslavia through research and critical analysis of the residential complex of Block 19a, and to try and determine the importance and potential influence in further architectural development in the period following its construction. In other words, the basic objective of this paper is to establish whether residential complex Block 19a represents a singular object of architecture in Yugoslavia/Serbia.

Ključne reči

paradigm of modernism; singular object of architecture; discontinuity; intuition/anticipation; utopia; and an event

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