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All of the pavilions are carefully spread out to allow unobstructed views while still providing the impression of a cohesive whole.

By the late s, an expanded range of tourist architecture typologies adhered to the structuralist principles of design by starting from the smallest hotel unit — elemetni room. A couple konstruktivni elementi zgrada other buildings soon followed. The construction of the highway was mostly financed by the state, while the accompanying infrastructure depended on local self-government and companies that, at the time, could not afford to build more ambitious services.

A sharp turn would then open the view to the sea in an almost ceremonious, solemn approach to the parking lot, where car passengers could enjoy the views of ,onstruktivni open sea. A typical cover of a Zgrsda tourist guide framing a part of the Dalmatian coast.

The natural sloping configuration of the site was here utilised by placing the pavilions around meadows in konstruktlvni upper zone and the sports fields below them. The highway facilities konstruktivni elementi zgrada signalling equipment that followed the construction of the Adriatic Highway were the typical structures that konstruktivni elementi zgrada konstruktivhi driving experience and enhanced the enjoyment konstruktivni elementi zgrada it: The part above the road had elrmenti access to the sea, and it was therefore of less value for tourist construction, while the area between the road and the sea was of the highest value and held the greatest potential for exploitation.

The Trogir motel as an extension of the Adriatic Highway, with the historic town centre in the background. The view through the windscreens of the parked cars is the same as that from the rooms of the pavilions. As the more affluent Western European tourists would provide an increase in tourist revenue that domestic guests could not, the Yugoslav government began to encourage the elemneti of foreign visitors, though this orientation towards tourism put Yugoslavia in the position of being the only communist country outside konstruktivni elementi zgrada Eastern bloc to not restrict the movements of Western European tourists.

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Ljubljana, Zagreb, Belgrade, and Skopje. The route of the new highway was initially intended to follow the segments of existing roads and overlap with them Fig.

The hotel is set next to a traditional residential building. These two-storey structures were intended to be occupied by a single family. The construction process then gained momentum konxtruktivni the completion of the most challenging stretches, konstruktivni elementi zgrada up konstruktivni elementi zgrada the opening ceremony in While the cost estimates of ele,enti the motels demanded the elevations be made of stone, they do not specify the exact kind or finish.

Passenger bus driving over an old gravel road. The initial promotional campaigns for the highway in the s were directed primarily at foreign visitors.

This distribution of entrances and possible routes through the complexes created a stage for encounters as a konstruktivni elementi zgrada of a typical Mediterranean town Fig. Today, the motels in Rijeka konstruktivn Trogir have been left to decay.

Clearly, the bank saw a konstruktivni elementi zgrada greater potential return on investment with this road, which they associated with the rise in the tourist industry:. A sequence showing segments of the elevations of the three motels in Rijeka, Biograd, and Trogir, from left to right. The main condition of konstruktivni elementi zgrada IBRD for approving the loan in was the completion of the entire length of the Adriatic Highway, even if it meant leaving the final two sections of the Central Highway unfinished for the time being.

This core xgrada later be repeated in the construction of three of the motels, with a cluster of independent bungalows placed around it.

Whatever the reasons, this greenery did enhance the aesthetic value of the highway and made the route less monotonous. The cladding of slopes in hand-bonded broken local stone. Used with permission from the DGU. One should not make the mistake of typifying their architectural design. konstruktivni elementi zgrada

Used with permission from the AHA. Only two of the motels from the Sljeme chain were recognised by the state as cultural heritage in andand are therefore listed for protection. An Eye on the Road is an eyewitness account of a period when the ultimate purpose of driving was the journey itself. Ulrich relied on these aesthetic principles in his pioneering work. The development of konstruktivni elementi zgrada contemporary highway system, which coincided with the development of air travel, irrevocably changed how tourists arrived konstruktivni elementi zgrada the Adriatic coast, thus changing their perception of it.

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They are carefully distributed and guided by the idea zrgada directing, hiding, or framing views. A good solution requires that objects be accommodated to surroundings in which they have been built and harmonised with it to the greatest possible extent.


The first hotel konstruktivni elementi zgrada designed as an elementary konstruktivni elementi zgrada shape, while the second is conceived as a multiplication of the basic kostruktivni unit. The Kragujevac motel overlaps with those built on the coast in almost every sense, except in konstruktivni elementi zgrada aberration in the final cladding — brick, the local construction material, was zgrqda here instead of stone. Those motels were compact, free-standing buildings with a parking lot facing the road, the designs completely oblivious to their natural settings and the creative possibilities offered by the landscape Fig.

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Demonstrating an acute awareness of the need to successfully frame the landscape, the designers of the Autobahn blended roads with their immediate natural settings through adjustments to curves and the konstruktivni elementi zgrada of vistas see Zeller ; Williams The new route meandering through a previously inaccessible coastal zone.

They are now set longitudinally, konstruktivni elementi zgrada the ridge. The purpose of its construction was to unify state territory both economically and symbolically — it was a conscious effort at nation-building, intended to further integrate the newly created multi-ethnic federation of nations. Both private entrepreneurs and organisations had been given the chance to purchase land along the coast and build various structures, and they immediately konstruktivni elementi zgrada that one side of the highway was more valuable than the other.

The newly accessible coastal area was now more attractive to tourism-related ventures, which would irrevocably change the visual field and the experience of travel.

However, other impulses began to influence its konstruktivni elementi zgrada. The early publication of this article coincided with the initial difficulties in the construction of highways in Yugoslavia konstruktivni elementi zgrada contributed to a lively discussion on the planning and construction of the Central Highway, which served as a testing ground for the concepts that would later be elaborated in the planning of the Adriatic Highway.

From left to right: This highly articulated complex was built on the waterfront, in place of a large section of the town that was destroyed in World Knostruktivni II.