An Interview with Architect and City Planner Mileta Bojović Blok 5 was built between 1977 and 1984 as a brand-new quarter of Podgorica, based on a meticulous urban plan by architect Vukota Tupa Vukotić (1932–2002) and envisioned by architect Mileta Bojović (1941). The neighborhood consists of 13 buildings, housing approximately 1800 units. Bojović strived to achieve a dynamic effect, in order to express the importance of active citizenship in public life. He did this by creating an array of buildings that appear like they’re about to move, to jump into action – although they are very stable structures, ..
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