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2011, br. 12, str. 169-196
Valerij Vladimirovič Staševski (1882-?) u Beogradu - podaci iz arhivske građe Istorijskog arhiva Beograda
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Valeriy Vladimirovich Stashevsky was one of some seventy Russian architects who found refuge in Belgrade after the October Revolution. Stashevsky completed his university studies in his native St Petersburg. He had the rank of colonel in the Russian Imperial Army. After the October Revolution, he fled to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes with his family. Upon his arrival in Belgrade, he found employment with the Ministry of Construction, but he also worked independently. Being the cheapest contractor, he was hired by Belgrade City Council to pave the streets with cobblestones. The studio of Stashevsky and Wilhelm Baumgartner designed houses in the Činovničko naselje (Civil Servants Neighbourhood) in Voždovac. As a contractor, he also operated a precast concrete manufacturing facility. He was engaged in building the water supply system at Obilićevo, but the job drove him into bankruptcy, and from then on he was unable to enter into contracts in his own name. He created designs for public and private buildings all over Belgrade. Stashevsky's newly-discovered scale drawings for exhibition pavilions date from 1938. His last recorded regular report to the Belgrade police dates from December 1944. According to a note in the police file, he left for Morocco in 1950.
Reference
Arsenjev, A. (1984) Biografski imenik ruskih emigranata. u: Sibinović M. [ur.] Ruska emigracija u srpskoj kulturi XX veka - značaj, okviri i perspektive proučavanja, zbornik radova, Beograd, t. II, 320
Đurđević, M. (1998-1999) Prilog proučavanju delatnosti arhitekte Valerija Vladimiroviča Staševskog u Beogradu. Godišnjak grada Beograda, br. 45-46, str. 151-171
 

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objavljen u SCIndeksu: 13.03.2012.