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10 Small Walled Garden Design Ideas

The state had used consumption as a way to motivate people to be better workers, but there were limits on what the population would accept. It was obvious to the average Yugoslav that such apartments were not within his or her grasp. That the

10 Design Gardens Ideas

Candis is asked all the time why she loves old homes so much and why she does what she does. Her response is simple: she was born to do it. She bought her first historic home at twenty-one and never looked back. She attributes

10 Very Small Garden Design Ideas

Had the projects been of generally high quality, the damage would at least have been minimized. However, the report criticized most of the buildings as poorly thought out or improperly realized. Of the four building types that were built, projects C and D were

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One architect who played a brief but important role in Belgrade’s postwar history, Nikola Dobrovic, did distinguish himself through his contributions to modernist decorating. Born in Pecs, in what was the Austro-Hungarian Empire, he began his decorating studies in Budapest in 1915-16 and completed

10 Garden Design Ideas For Small Front Gardens

Belgrade’s new master plan extended far beyond the city limits, deep into the city’s hinterland. The city was divided into four different zones—the narrow city territory, the city territory, the narrow city region, and the city region. The narrow city territory designated the already

10 Small Square Garden Design Ideas

A certain percentage of the population in Belgrade opted to deal with the housing crisis by building illegally on the periphery of the city. The majority were workers between the ages of twenty-five and forty-six, migrants who had ar-rived in Belgrade from elsewhere in

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The discussion went further than merely establishing the various moti-vations of rogue builders, further suggesting that there were different types of builders. Borko Novakovic, professor of urban planning in the Faculty of Home Design at Belgrade University, noted that “wild construction” (divlja izgradnja)—a term