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In that first version, including several varieties set out later, the specified constructions were of much less capacities and parameters than it is the case today when resi- dential, commercial and infrastructure facilities of extensive square footage are predominant Fig. The organization of fellowship was excellent and our daily programs were qleksandar structured.

Devoid of the common, plain typology, morphology and customary coloring of the Euro-Mediterranean urban tradition, inherent to the visual identity of Belgrade, the project considerably modifies the centuries old cultural matrix.

The first project designed for both banks of the Sava River was a commissioned conceptual design of the administrative center of the Non-Allied Movement, which was not further elaborated for political reasons.

In the meantime, the hastily made political decisions about not limiting the number of kaxijevic should be re-examinedand some reputable domestic designers should be hired.

The shopping mall has changed the location and got enormous proportions. Although architectural and ur- banistic interventions within the Sava River waterfront after did not significantly change the existing situation, the key problems of its Fig. Back to the participants list. Regarding the scheme, alekksandar structure of the initial project has been gradually changed, first by adding a meters high cucumber-liketower on the river bank and a less spacious shopping mall.

Transporta- tion infrastructure retained the pri- macy on the right bank and continued to hinder direct contact of the citizens with the Sava River, while on the left bank gradually grew a Le-Corbusier-like modern city. The image shows an obvious disparateness compared to the rest of the city in the scene, primarily because of a false logic of aleksanddar the highest buildings on the slope at the lowest vertical alignment. This can be easily checked by comparing the cross sections perpendicular to the Sava River simultaneously in old and new city blocks, starting from the river to the higher levels of the city in the area of Slavija Square.

It can not be neglected, but in Serbia rarely emphasized, that the central zone of New Kzdijevic, for ideological reasons, was directed predominantly north-south, marching thus toward kadjjevic historical city on the right bank. All insights will be very useful for kaxijevic further work, kadijevci well as the dialogues with local experts.


Although such analogy is civilizationallyun- founded due to kadjievic proportions of the area occupied by that district, it can be found in apolo- getic announcements of pragmatic daily politics. Representative buildings constructed on the right bank of the river, covering more or less the area of the Amphitheater, have kadijdvic key factors of cultural identity in the demograph- ically enlarged capital of the state. Namely, the general approach to thesection on both banks of the Sava River covering the area from apart of the highway passing through Belgrade to the confluence of the Sava and the Danubein the north offered the possibility for the capital to compensate for chances missed throughout the history for consolidation of fragmented aleksadnar in this area.

It was commissioned by the newspaper and was not a part of the marketing campaign of the investors. Log In Sign Up. In later modifications not supported by valid explanations to Belgrade profes- sional community and institutions the tower height was increased to meters and its shape changed to a tabular tower with two rotated segments Fig.

Rijeka Sava u povijesti zbornik radova. Photo of kadijevuc part of the model behind the railway station priate to talk about the treatment of toward the Sava River bank the heritage on the spot. In the first place, on the basis of the model and elements of the presented blueprint, 5 It was reported on 26 April, that, according to the contract signed with the investor from the Middle East, half of the specified facilities should be build in the next twenty years, and the rest later.

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This is evident in the partial implementation of the Master Plan of Belgrade from made by Russian emigrant architect Geor- gije Kovaljevski, which specified construction of a promenade and a Fig. Click here to sign up. Reka i gradski prostori u Srbiji. Heritage as a whole is completely left aside, reduced to the preservation of a few free-standing objects in situ, but actually excommunicated from the urban context due to the excessive contrast with the powerful symbols of globalization.

The quest for the desired city image.

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The main architectural and urbanistic impression regarding the project originally defined by the model and only then elaborated in ablueprint is that it is a densely built-up apartment-commercial complexwith individual high-rise buildings 15—25, and morewhat in the globalization architectural practice has become a code generated for opposing the local heritage.

EPILOGUE Regardless of multiple objections, the investors still insist on the construction of objects that are, according to the common attitude of the most competent experts from Belgrade, inap- propriate for any layer of local cultural tradition8. It will be the first historiographic dictionary on that subject, with almost illustrated biographies of architects and civil engineers, who constructed a great number of important buildings across Yugoslavia.


About program Participants Fellows in Sleksandar. This is es- pecially the case in countries burdened with economic crisis, where the basic principles of heritage protection are ignored for the sake of attracting foreign investments and creating new jobs. Remember me on this computer. Aleksnadar suffered from frequent floodings and war activities, which delayed the making of strategic decisions about its regulation. Only a few institutions provided a principled resistance to the abusive alterations of visual identity of Belgrade, and these are: Late imperial and Art Nouveau periods were in my main focus.

Help Center Find new research papers in: In the end, a view of Belgrade can be blocked and obstructed only once.

Michael the Archangelconveying a strong political message Fig. Hence, it would be perhaps the most appropriate that the investor constructs some other build- ings in that area or out of it on a wide stretch of the Danube waterfront or in New Belgrade.

Daily newspaper Politika in its Sunday issue of March 22,on page 13, presented publicly for the first time a computer-generated image of the new city district as seen from the opposite, right bank of the Sava Alemsandar Fig.

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Moreover, it was not until the beginning of the twentieth century that it became the subject of comprehensive studies and regulatory plans. It is very likely that, over the course of time, the problematic nature of the plan of regulation will lead to the producton of an incoherent urban kadijevid in the most elite location.

Hence the assent given kadijeevic those in charge ofthe protection of cultural monuments to the implementation of the project can be considered unexpected. Kako se ne gradi grad? In the beginning, there were not any public reactions or doubts raised regarding the project, and even today its author is unknown.

I was honored to see original documents at the Academy of Fine Arts, St Petersburg faculty of civil engineers and on various museum collections.

Architectural historian, Chief of Dept. Only this can explain why the waterfront on both sides the Sava River was constructionally neglected for decades, and not regardedas the point of meeting or connection. Likhachev International Charitable Foundation,