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Rajović Goran, Bulatović Jelisavka (College of Textile Design, Technology and Management, Belgrade, Serbia)
Characteristics of Housing in Rural Villages : the Case Northeastern Montenegro
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (ILSHS), 2013, vol. 6, s. 24-35, tab., bibliogr. 38 pozz.
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Obszary wiejskie, Budownictwo mieszkaniowe, Architektura
Rural areas, Housing construction, Architecture
The paper analyzes the basic characteristics of housing in rural areas of northeastern Montenegro, based on examples from Berane, Andrejevica and Plav. People in rural areas northeastern of Montenegro are in accordance with their modest lifestyle, built by the simple but functional living quarters. The chronology of the type of housing facilities is differentiated into morphological types of permanent residence: primitive forms of human habitats (dugouts - cave dwellings, semi dugouts); a more perfect forms of habitats (cottage) and contemporary residential facilities. Today, although of old houses in the rural area of northeastern Montenegro is not much else, nevertheless we can realize, what is the national builder was important in their construction. The tendency to revive the good old and functional forms of housing in rural areas of northeastern Montenegro today is fortunately more and more present. More and more people are that want to the existing old house renovation, both in regards to tradition, as well with oneself but appear and new architectural forms, which are inspired by the national architecture. What is required is a symbiosis of positive and negative forms and phenomena, which have to be that, pull out to light the strictly scientific analysis. Functional analysis of accelerated would stylistic synthesis the positive from the past and the negative the present. (original abstract)
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