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2012, br. 13, str. 79-91
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 22/03/2013
Plan Emila Hopea i Ota Šentala za Kotež Neimar
Beograd

e-adresa: zlata.vuksanovic@gmail.com

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(ne postoji na srpskom)
This contribution to the history of town planning in 20th-century Belgrade brings fresh insights into the origin of the project for Kotež Neimar and the blueprints done in 1921 by the Viennese architects Emil Hoppe and Otto Schönthal. Their project for the Kotež Neimar neighborhood is not recorded in the European literature devoted to the work of the two important and influential Viennese architects. The Historical Archives of Belgrade keeps two lithographs, both titled 'Project for the Neimar Society estate development'. One is subtitled 'Perspective view', the other 'Situation: Parcellation plan'. The secession-styled header encloses the signatures of E. Hoppe, M. Kammerer and O. Schönthal, the acronym H K S, and the year 1921. Given that Kammerer had left the firm in 1918, it may be assumed with a lot of certainty that the project was authored by the other two architects, who simply used the original firm header. Belgrade’s new role as the capital city of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia) posed a challenge to architectural and urban design, and major municipal projects were attractive for both domestic and foreign architects. Thus the construction company Neimar hired Hoppe and Schönthal’s studio. The paper also cites their other projects in Yugoslavia, which, unlike this one, are known in the architectural literature devoted to their work. Hoppe and Schönthal designed Kotež Neimar as a metropolitan residential neighborhood. Their executed project certainly helped Belgrade to ‘assume the appearance of the royal capital of a large and strong country, to become the main center of south-east Europe fashioned in a modern way’, which had been the leitmotif of their prize-winning entry for the international competition for the Master Plan of Belgrade in 1921-22.

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