This is a home constructed by the Serbian architect, Boze Petrovic. True to his style, the house includes a flat base and foundation constructed entirely of stone quarried from nearby. The wood work is made of wood from the site as well. The roof is comprised of red shingles, which are common in many Balkan homes in southeastern Europe.
Submitted by Rastko Ruzic for the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade.
20th Century (1900 - 1999) Vernacular
wood (hardwood or softwood) concrete masonry stone or earth
Pantelic, N. and Petrovic, Z. (1986). Graditeljsko nasledje i podsticaj.
Radisa Timotic for the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade