Multifamily housing in the villages of Serbia: from inappropriate spatial appearances to possible elements of urbanity
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Abstract: Rural housing is directly linked to agricultural work, so the organization of space in the yard is fundamentally different from the functional characteristics of urban housing. In the villages of Serbia, over the years and after the Second World War, multi-storey residential buildings were erected for service to non-agricultural population. By their basic manifestations and visual manifestations, as well as functional characteristics, these objects never fit into the image of the village, and their users do not enter into the habits and customs of life in the environments in which they are built. Semi-agricultural and non-agricultural population in rural areas is predominant today, so the question arises as to the relation of the profession to multi-family housing in villages.
Keywords:Multi-family housing / Rural context / Non-farmers / Relationships / Adaptation
Source:Proceedings of the International Conference on Contemporary Theory and Practice in Construction XIV STEPGRAD = Mеђународна конференција савремена теорија и пракса у градитељству XIV, 2020, 2020, 196-206
- Универзитет у Бањој Луци Архитектонско-грађевинско-геодетски факултет = University of Banja Luka Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy
- Studying climate change and its influence on environment: impacts, adaptation and mitigation (RS-43007)