Jugosłowiański Beton, Serbia, Užice, Hotel Zlatibor

Svetlana Kana Radević’s Zlatibor hotel (1981) in Užice, Serbia, betrays the influence of the Metabolist movement in architecture, which grew out of Japan in the 1960s.
Indeed, she worked at the Metabolist Kisho Kurokawa’s office for a period.

Hotel Zlatibor is one of the landmarks of the city of Užice in western Serbia.

Brutalist hotel was built according to the project of the Montenegrin architect Svetlana Kana Radević in the city center.
It has a total fifteen floors.
It’s construction took place in the late 70s and 80s; officially was opened on 24. September 1981 .
Due to its gray color, the locals derisively called Sivonja (Gray-ner).
The Rocket, called by Uzice dwellers, Hotel Zlatibor was completed in 1981 to replace a former, postwar hotel that had been demolished

Hotel Zlatibor, od strony głównego placu w Užice

źródło: architectuul.com

Jugosłowiański Beton, Serbia, Užice, Hotel Zlatibor

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