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Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Rafut Villa – a Decaying Beauty
Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Rafut Villa – a Decaying Beauty
Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Between Gorizia, Alexandria and Cairo
Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Anton Laščak: Villa Rafut, Nova Gorica, Slovenia, built 1912-1914, rebuilt 1928-1929

Between Gorizia, Alexandria and Cairo
Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

Almost Half a Century of Eloquent Communication
Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

A department store that has redeemed and neutralised itself
Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

Almost Half a Century of Eloquent Communication
Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

Milan Mihelič: The Stoteks Department Store, Novi Sad, Serbia, 1968-1972

A department store that has redeemed and neutralised itself
Edoardo Gellner (church in collaboration with Carlo Scarpa): Eni Village, Borca di Cadore, Italy (1954-66)

Edoardo Gellner (church in collaboration with Carlo Scarpa): Eni Village, Borca di Cadore, Italy (1954-66)

The Sublime Remains of the Recent Past
Dušan Džamonja: Dušan Džamonja Sculpture Park, Vrsar, Croatia, from the early 1960's until the mid-1990's

Dušan Džamonja: Dušan Džamonja Sculpture Park, Vrsar, Croatia, from the early 1960’s until the mid-1990’s

The Contemporary as Reminiscence on Old and Ancient in the Concept of the Dušan Džamonja Sculpture Park
Dušan Džamonja: Dušan Džamonja Sculpture Park, Vrsar, Croatia, from the early 1960's until the mid-1990's

Dušan Džamonja: Dušan Džamonja Sculpture Park, Vrsar, Croatia, from the early 1960’s until the mid-1990’s

A Subtle Metamorphosis of the Istrian Landscape
Edvard Ravnikar: The Ferant Garden Residential Quarter, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1975

Edvard Ravnikar: The Ferant Garden Residential Quarter, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1975

A Modernist Homage to Tradition
Edvard Ravnikar: The Ferant Garden Residential Quarter, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1975

Edvard Ravnikar: The Ferant Garden Residential Quarter, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1975

A Modernist Homage to Tradition
Kazimir Ostrogović: People's Council Building in Zagreb (City Hall), Croatia, 1956-1958

Kazimir Ostrogović: People’s Council Building in Zagreb (City Hall), Croatia, 1956-1958

 
Kazimir Ostrogović: People's Council Building in Zagreb (City Hall), Croatia, 1956-1958

Kazimir Ostrogović: People’s Council Building in Zagreb (City Hall), Croatia, 1956-1958