Natasa Bodrozic & Sasa Simpraga // Motel Trogir

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Motel Trogir is a fine example of the Yugoslav mid-20th century architectural modernism. Built in 1965 on the eastern Adriatic coast by a renowned architect Ivan Vitić, the building is a surviving artefact of theplanning culture with a social ideal as its generative core. This book tells the story of the 1960s in the Socialist Yugoslavia, the country in between the East and the West, between the socialist agenda and the market economy. Focusing on tourist architecture and planning, it pursues the turbulent decades that followed, reflected in Ivan Vitic’s Adriatic motels.

Contributors: Tvrtko Jakovina, Dafne Berc (Afne Dy), Melita Cavlovic, Lidija Butkovic Micin, Tamara Bjazic Klarin, Sandra Uskokovic, Zrinka Paladino, Sasa Simpraga, Natasa Bodrozic, Maroje Mrduljas, Ruben Arevshatyan, Levan Asabashvili, Silva Kalcic, Idis Turato Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair
Publisher: Onomatopee
Series: OMP126
11 colour illustrations
100 black and white illustrations
16cm × 21cm
Format: Paperback
2016
Language: EnglishCroatian
ISBN: 9789491677540
£20.00
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