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Consumer culture landscapes in socialist Yugoslavia = Pejzaži potrošačke kulture u socijalističkoj Jugoslaviji /
urednici/editors: Nataša Bodrožić, Lidija Butković Mićin, Saša Šimpraga.
imprint
Zagreb : Slobodne Veze ; Eindhoven : Onomatopee, 2018.
description
485 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm.
ISBN
9493148009, 9789493148000
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Zagreb : Slobodne Veze ; Eindhoven : Onomatopee, 2018.
isbn
9493148009
9789493148000
abstract
The Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia was a unique experiment with progressive social forms that were matched by specific urban and spatial development. Since the end of the 1960's until the country's disintegration in the 1990's is a period of ambiguity: while according to some researchers, the market-oriented economic reforms brought a much needed opening and liberalization, according to others it marked the beginning of an end of the revolutionary demand for equality. Thus, the anti-utopianism of the consumer welfare reflected in the rise of the middle class with its recognisable habits and taste. Following a specific architectural typology, this book delves into this period which brought along social and economic changes. It focuses on the sports and shopping centre Koteks Gripe in Split and similar architectural complexes in Sarajevo, Novi Sad, and Prishtina all designed by the Sarajevo based architect Zivorad Jankovic and associates, gradually expanding towards broader considerations of the architectural practice, contention and coalescence within the Yugoslav modernist project.
language note
In English and Polish.
catalogue key
12761726
 
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