Dragiša Brašovan

Dragiša Brašovan
Dragiša Brašovan
Born May 25, 1887(1887-05-25)
Vršac, Serbia
Died October 6, 1965(1965-10-06) (aged 78)
Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality Serbian

Dragiša Brašovan (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгиша Брашован) (May 25, 1887 - October 6, 1965) was a Serbian modernist architect, one of the leading architects of the early 20th century in Yugoslavia.[1]

Works

Air Force Command in Zemun.
Banovina Palace in Novi Sad.

Zrenjanin:

  • Building of Serbian bank, about 1920th
  • Sokolski dom, 1927.

Orlovat:

  • Church of the Presentation of Mary, 1924-1927.[2]

Novi Sad:

  • Workers' Association, 1931.
  • Banovina Building, (now the Executive Council of Vojvodina), 1939.
  • Main Post Office, 1961.

Belgrade:

  • The building of the Museum of Nikola Tesla, 1932.
  • Building of the State Printing (now BIGZ) 1934-1941.
  • Command of the Air Force Zemun in, 1939.
  • Hotel Metropol, 1953.
  • Several buildings built in 1930s (Francuska no. 5, Liberation Blvd. No.2, Boulevard of Despot Stefan no. 8, etc.).

Jagodina:

  • Apartment blocks of Cable Factory Svetozarevo (FX), built in the late 1950s

References

  1. ^ Blagojevic, Ljiljana (2003). Modernism in Serbia: The Elusive Margins of Belgrade Architecture, 1919-1941. MIT Press. Dust jacket. ISBN 9780262025379. 
  2. ^ 20bogoroice.htm Church of the Presentation of the Virgin in Orlovat

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