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2007, br. 8, str. 151-170
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan

Mogućnosti (re)definisanja i predlog periodizacije graditeljskog nasleđa
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The period after the immense devastation of WW II was the period of most intensive building in the history of Belgrade; about 80 percent of the residential buildings in the city were built in the 1950s and 1960s. The main characteristics of the design and building in that period can be classified into four thematic sections: from 1947 to 1952, residential building activity in compliance with the first five-year plan for the development of the country and its industrialization from 1952 to 1957, redefining of design models from 1958 to 1965, the culmination of industrial modernism from 1966 to 1967, a period of new possibilities in design, defined by Dr. Mihajlo Čanak as sculptural modernism There are also more general ways to interpret the period, but they cannot be easily put into a chronological order. Architecture from the early 1960s in our country has no uniform visual expression, but the period still brought along some specific features that deserve the attention of professionals: tendencies and endeavours to define the model of optimal residential buildings (this tendency was permanent) development of the concept of the 'Belgrade school of creative architecture' depersonalized architecture of modernist residential buildings… Some researchers have already tried to make a periodization of residential architecture after WW II, but this was not methodologically conformed to the principles of protecting national architectural monuments or to the enhancement and promotion of their qualities.

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