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Villa Bruno Moser

Belgrade-Zemun, Serbia
Mozerova 7
Type of objectSingle-family and villa´s
Project outcomeRealization
Level of protectionProperty under preliminary protection

The city family villa of a prominent Zemun resident of German origin, Bruno Moser, the owner of the Moser family winery, is a unique example of the architecture of this type of residential building in Belgrade architecture from the early 1930s. Villa Moser, located on a spacious plot in the wider area of ​​the center of Zemun (after the Second World War, part of the NAVIP complex), is completely based on modernist design idioms of regular geometric structure in a composition of cubic and semi-circular volumes, but with more conventional interior organization. The flat roof is completely free and intended for the roof terrace, which is becoming a trend in the architecture of modern single-family residential buildings. Like other modern Belgrade houses from the fourth decade of the 20th century, in the architecture of Villa Moser the emphasis was placed on the exterior design which shows new aspirations, while the interior design was less modernized, primarily due to objective circumstances of the environment without industrial products or available modern materials (as evidenced by the use of classic carpentry).

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