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2004, br. 5, str. 119-134
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Dve beogradske kuće arhitekte Dragiše Brašovana
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Specifically significant in the impressive opus of architect Dragiša Brašovan are works created in the third decade of the twentieth century, since they reveal not only Brašovan's particular architectural poetics, but also the role and importance of architecture in the developmental cultural processes of the time. It is very important to perceive the role of architecture as the discourse of expression, construction and overcoming of the general identity crisis in the period of exceptional political instability. In that sense, the two Belgrade houses of Dragiša Brašovan are extremely indicative. The first, the building of the bank in Nušićeva Street indicates the processes of the shaping of the representation of a desirable social identity that accepts European models of identification through the appropriation of architectural styles of the European West. At the same time, the architectural structure of this house retains the character of local, Belgrade circumstances. On the other hand, the house of Aleksa Pavlović in Deligradska Street is an important evidence of the construction of personal identity within the social context of Belgrade in the 1920s. By a series of architectural strategies, Brašovan created the image of personal exotic taste of the owner and established a recognizable model of social identification. Both examples, in fact, indicate the need to observe the inter-war architecture away from the dominant historiographic lines of interpretation and to position the history of architecture as a part of the broader system of cultural research.

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