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May 25, 1887|
Vršac, Kingdom of Serbia
|Died||October 6, 1965
Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
- Serbian, Croatian and Slovene Pavilion for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition. Was with the Barcelona Pavilion of Mies van der Rohe and the Swedish Pavilion of Peder Clason the only examples of avant-garde architecture. The building, demolished after the exposition, had the shape of an irregular star and the façade had no ornamental elements as the other historicist pavilions.
- The Museum of Nikola Tesla building, 1932.
- The State Printing building (later BIGZ building), 1934-1941.
- Command of the Air Force Zemun, 1939.
- Hotel Metropol, 1953.
- Several buildings built in the 1930s (Francuska no. 5, Liberation Blvd. No.2, Boulevard of Despot Stefan no. 8, etc.).
- Apartment blocks of Cable Factory Svetozarevo (FX), built in the late 1950s
- Workers' Association, 1931.
- Banovina building, (now the Executive Council of Vojvodina), 1939.
- Main Post Office, 1961.
- Church of the Presentation of Mary, 1924-1927.
- Serbian bank building, about 1920th
- Sokolski dom, 1927.
Serbian, Croatian and Slovene Pavilion, Barcelona 1929.
- Blagojevic, Ljiljana (2003). Modernism in Serbia: The Elusive Margins of Belgrade Architecture, 1919-1941. MIT Press. Dust jacket. ISBN 978-0-262-02537-9.
- 20bogoroice.htm Church of the Presentation of the Virgin in Orlovat[permanent dead link]
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