Unplanned by planning New Belgrade transformations

recorded by: Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO)
author: Ivan Kucina, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade
published: June 7, 2012,   recorded: April 2012,   views: 3000

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From the very beginning, the urban development of new Belgrade was highly dependent on political circumstances, because it was designed to represent the successful socialist Yugoslav model. Nevertheless, the urban planning doctrine that was inextricably tied to utopian modernist ideals, failed to take into account the rapid pace of political and economic reforms that created continual reductions of and deviations in urban development. As result, new Belgrade has taken on the appearance of an unplanned concrescence of diversified leftovers comprised of interrupted attempts to achieve comprehensive urbanity.

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