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Housing for clerks in industrial enterprises

Year
oko 1950
Place
Belgrade, Serbia
Type of objectMulti-apartment buildings and settlement
Project outcomeCompetition work

The competition work for the residential building for clerks of industrial enterprises in Belgrade, of which two drawings have been preserved, represents an unknown Zloković design from the post-war period of creativity, which is now available to researchers in the Milan Zloković Collection at the Belgrade City Museum. It is presented here because it indicates one of the most important architectural tasks after the Second World War – housing construction for the broadest social strata, in which the Belgrade School of Residential Architecture will be specially developed and defined, whose leaders were Zlokovic’s students, thaught to cope with this issue in a rational, but architecturally innovative way, so to create spaces for decent everyday life of every human being.

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