Belgrade residential architecture 1950-1970: A privileged dwelling for a privilege-free society

recorded by: Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO)
author: Jelica Jovanović, Vienna University of Technology
published: May 31, 2012,   recorded: April 2012,   views: 2880

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Belgrade, like the other cities of Yugoslavia, entered World War II with a serious housing shortage. At the close of the war, they had to come to grips with the problems arising out of the housing crisis, which in Belgrade had particularly serious dimensions connected with the influx of workers, bureaucrats and officers from all corners of the country.

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