Zlatko Karač

Zlatko Karač
Arhitektonski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu · Katedra za urbanizam

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Historical industrial areas are considered as areas of particular importance in terms of their heritage value and cultural significance. They are usually located in city centers and have great potential for economic, cultural and urban development. At the beginning of the 20th century, Osijek was well known as an industrial city, but the globalizat...
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The research presented in this paper is based on the study of the architecture of tourist facilities of Slovenska Beach in Budva as a valuable architectural and urban heritage of the second half of the 20th century and as an indispensable factor of the identity of the Montenegrin coastal area. Construction of the first tourist facilities on Slovens...
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U hrvatskoj literaturi i zakonskoj regulativi ne postoji jednoznačna definicija maloga povijesnoga grada. Cilj rada jest pridonijeti utvrđivanju značenja toga složenog pojma i uspostaviti popis malih povijesnih gradova Hrvatske. Predložena je višekriterijska analiza koja uključuje upravne, funkcijske, veličinske, konzervatorske, povijesne i struktu...
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In the prolific body of work of Ateksandar Dragomanovic (1921-1996), one of the leading figures of Croatian post-war architecture, department stores and shopping centres could be singled out for their innovative design. His fourteen projects were designed and built in various cities of ex-Yugoslavia (Prijedor, Sisak, Varazdin, Vinkovci, Zagreb) inc...
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This paper analyzes the Mostar fortification system which has its origin in the Ottoman period (15th-19th century, mostly in the late 17th and the early 18th centuries). Nowadays it is almost entirely demolished or heavily devastated. This study, based on the analysis of the archives, field research and the first architectural survey of the remains...
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Alongside the sardine factory established in 1931, Uble Bay received in 1933-1936, during the Italian occupation of Lastovo Island, a planned industrial settlement originally called Son Pietro and later Luigi Razza. Two streets lined with standardized, single-storey family houses, each with a garden, run to the rectangular square with a new church...
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The water supply well at Botanic Garden in Zagreb is an example of a well though-out man-made structure built in natural surroundings. The organization of internal space is simple, with a carefully shaped facade, providing for a full scale perceptive and conceptual experience. Although no longer in use, the water supply well is an example of a full...
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The water supply well at Botanic Garden in Zagreb is an example of a well thought-out man-made structure built in natural surroundings. The organization of internal space is simple, with a carefully shaped facade, providing for a full scale perceptive and conceptual experience. Although no longer in use, the water supply well is an example of a ful...
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Alongside the sardine factory established in 1931, Uble Bay received in 1933-1936, during the Italian occupation of Lastovo Island, a planned industrial settlement originally called San Pietro and later Luigi Razza. Two streets lined with standardized, single-storey family houses, each with a garden, run to the rectangular square with a new church...
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After preliminary concepts of rebuilding Vukovar conceived during the occupation of the city, physical reconstruction has been taking place since the spring of 1998. In the past ten years many weaknesses of the incomplete and disorganised model of reconstruction have surfaced - such as the absence of a holistic urban planning procedure (based for e...
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In order to save the Croatian vernacular architecture terminology from oblivion, contributions to our vernacular glossary will be published in a series of short articles. The on-site compilation of terms wilt serve as the lexical basis for such a glossary. The lexical resources will be collected within the course in "Vernacular Architecture" run at...
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The three-storey corner building also known as Stanković House (Palace) situated on Ban Jelačić square 1 / Ilica 2 belongs to the oldest and most interesting buildings of Central Zagreb in terms of its prominent urban position and multiple historical layers. The house has gone through four main development phases: the original single-storey Krajači...
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Prikaz knjige I. Maroevića O Zagrebu uspu i s razlogom: Izbor tekstova o zagrebačkoj arhitekturi i urbanizmu (1970.-2005.), Zagreb, Institut za povijest umjetnosti 2007.
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The three-storey corner building also known as Stankovic House (Palace) situated on Ban Jelacic square 1 / Ilica 2 belongs to the oldest and most interesting buildings of Central Zagreb in terms of its prominent urban position and Multiple historical layers. The house has gone through four main development phases: the original single-storey Krajaci...
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The authors analyses how the Ilok Town Statute regulates town planning and construction, which affected the way of building and urban layout of medieval Ilok. There are interesting fire-defence regulations, rules about how houses should be located in relation to the street and neighbours, the obligation to maintain buildings, regulations about sewe...
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The article analyzes Byzantine re-urbanization of the East Adriatic in the 6th and 7th centuries and the circumstances that led to the diminishing of existing towns, their ruralization (agrourban settlements), and urban relocation to fortified island points. From the aspect of continuity, the author singles out towns with a lasting classical founda...
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The article analyzes Byzantine re-urbanisation of the East Adriatic in the 6th and 7th centuries and the circumstances that led to the diminishing of existing towns, their ruralisation (agrourban settlements), and urban relocation to fortified island points. From the aspect of continuity, the author singles out towns with a lasting classical founda...
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U sklopu prikaza urbanog razvoja Vukovara uvodno su definirani temeljni utjecajni činitelji nastanka i razvoja naselja na tlu današnjega grada (položaj, prirodni habitus, antropogene odrednice). Daljnom morfološkom analizom izdvojene su tri strukturno diferentne gradske cjeline što su nastale u različitim povijesnim okolnostima (Stari i Novi Vukova...
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Na bogatom prapovijesnom i antičkom naseobinskom supstratu, od kraja VIII. stoljeća razvija se marlcantna aglomeracija srednjovjekovnog Vukova(ra). Za ranu fazu njegove urbane nukleacije (oko 800. -1220.), važne su pozicije starohrvatskih nekropola (Lijeva i Kriva Bara, Novi Vukovar) koje se dovode u prostomu korelaciju II vjerojatnim položajem prv...
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The most significant building made in Vukovar between the Wars was the auditorium of the Croatian Cultural Centre (a theatre in the recent past) – a fine example of Late Secession architecture coupled with Art Déco elements – designed by the architect Aleksandar Freudenreich. The project was worked out in three successive stages: from preliminary d...

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