AR 2017/1, Letnik XVIII
Uvodnik

Biti gost a biti domaćin veća je obaveza nego privelegija. Ovom prilikom  meni je  pripala takva uloga, da budem gostujući urednik ovog broja uvažene revije AR, na čemu se zahvaljujem doc.dr Domenu Zupančiču,uredniku revije. Sa odgovornošću, strepnjom a i sa radošću sam prihvatio takvu ulogu jer sam rano naučio da je znanje jedino bogatstvo koje se uvećava kada se dijeli.
         
Zato se na kraju radujem zbog proširenog znanja, većeg broja prijatelja koje smo  stekli u Ljubljani i sa njima još bolje upoznali Sloveniju, njenu vernakularnu i savremenu arhitekturu. Radovi koji su prezentirani rezultat su bilateralne saradnje između Arhitektonskog fakulteta u Ljubljani i Arhitektonskog fakulteta Podgorici. Ona je ostvarena u 2016/2017 godini. Saradnju su omogućila Ministarstva prosvjete Slovenije i Crne Gore. 
  
Od starne Arhitektonskog fakulteta u Ljublajni, u predmetnoj saradnji, učestvovali su prof.dr Borut Juvanec i doc.dr Domen Zupančič. Od strane fakulteta iz Podgorice učestvovali su  doc.dr Slavica Stamatović-Vučković, doc.dr Veljko Radulović i moja malenkost.
Prof. dr  Borut Juvanec je održao predavanja našim studentima u Podgorici, dok su studentima u Ljubljani održana tri predavanja od strane kolega Slavice, Veljka i mene. Raznovrsna aktivnost kroz posjete, predavanja i boravak na terenima Slovenije i Crne Gore rezultirala je i sa sedam naučnih radova koji su predstavljeni ovdje.

Naš dragi gost i domaćin, prof.dr Borut Juvanec, udostojio nas je sa tekstom koji nosi naslov Crna Gora i Montenegro. Nije čudno da jedan doajen profesije, kada je vernakularna i arhitektura transhumance u pitanju, poznaje Crnu Goru u svim njenim segmentima. U radu obrađuje dosta toga na detaljan način. Nudi nam kvalitetne predloge kako da sačuvamo ono što je preostalo, od kojih se posebno čini interesantnim predlog da se oformi digitalni muzej  uz pomoć mobilnih telefona što bi doprinijelo boljem poznavanju našeg kulturnog nasleđa.
Sa Arhitektonskog fakulteta u Podgorici radovi kolega  su fokusirani na Crnu Goru sa željom  da je što bolje predstavimo svima onima koji će u rukama imati ovu reviju. Drugi razlog opservacije lokalnih tema jeste taj da mi, na žalost, ne poznajemo dovoljno Sloveniju kao što profesor Borut Juvanec poznaje Crnu Goru. Svijest o toj činjenici će sigurno biti stimulans za naše istraživače pa se nadamo da ćemo moći, makar djelimično, da vratimo dug.
Doc.dr Slavica Stamatović-Vučković obrađuje aktuelnu temu: Post-industrijska Crna Gora: Transformacija_PORTO MONTENEGRO. Kroz ovaj , dobar i u praksi već  dokazan primjer, prikazana su moguća iskustva u pristupu transformacije industrijskih kapaciteta koji više nijesu u funkciji.
Prof. dr sc. Svetislav G. Popović sa našeg fakulteta i doc.dr sc. Marta Vukotić Lazar (Filozofski fakultet Priština sa privremenim sjedištem u Kosovskoj Mitrovic, Department za Istoriju umjetnosti) obradili su temu Kreativni opus Vukote-Tupe Vukotića (Cetinje,1932 - Podgorica, 2002) - Svijet usamljenog i autentičnog graditelja. Rad se na studiozan način bavi djelom crnogorskog arhitekte Vukote Tupe Vukotića sa posebnim osvrtom na nedavno, posthumno, objavljenu knjigu, „Trodimenzionalna morfologija Crne Gore“ kao doprinos uvida u njegov cjelokupni stvaralački opus.
Saradnice u nastavi na Arhitektonskom fakultetu u Podgorici, mr Ema Alihodžić-Jašarović, mr Sanja Paunović-Žarić i doc.dr Veljko Radulović kroz temu Istorijski urbani kontekst -interpolacija kao vid urbane obnove u Podgorici, bave se pregledom različitim metoda interpolacije kojima je moguće djelovati u istorijskom urbanom kontektsu, sa osvrtom na kontekst Podgorice. U radu je dat pregled uloge interpolacije od osnova za najatraktivnije vrste urbane obnove do “estetskog furnira” novoizgrađenih struktura.
Prof.dr Goran Radović pod istraživačku lupu svoga rada Tipologija tradicionalnih kuća na Cetinju s kraja XIX i početkom XX vijeka obrađuje i posmatra specifikume razvoja ovog grada. Jedna od posebnosti Cetinja, što se u ovom radu podcrtava, jeste činjenica da se ono još u XV vijeku počelo razvijati prema konceptu otvorenog grada, bez odbrambenih utvrđenja. U drugoj polovini XIX vijeka Cetinje se razvilo kao urbani grad sa jasnom ortogonalnom urbanističkom matricom.
Mr Jelena Bajić-Šestović, saradnica u nastavi sa Arhitektonskog fakulteteta u Podgorici, kroz rad Traganje za identitetom Porto Montenegra. Rasprodaja javnih prostora, obrađuje problem Porto Montenegra kroz drugačiji aspekt smatrajući da gradovi, na postupljeni način, polako gube prepoznatljive siluete. Na takav način započeti su procesi mjenjanja urbanog i kulturnog identiteta grada.
Svoj rad sa temom Tri prostorna akcenta u Podgorici posvetio sam opservaciji trima  karakterističnim prostornim akcentima u urbanom tkivu Podgorice. Radi se o Sahat-kuli (1667) koja se nalazi u dijelu grada poznatom kao Stara Varoš, spomen obelježju posvećenom  vojvodi Mirku Petroviću (1886) u novom dijelu Podgorice, poznatom kao Mirkova Varoš i mostu Milenijum (2005) na rijeci Morači. Razlog percipiranja ove problematike  jeste činjenica da Podgorica, u svom urbanom razvoju, nije imala veći broj građenih, prostornih akcenata  koji bi činili značajne elemente urbane slike.

Vabljeni urednik
prof.dr Rifat Alihodžić

* Tematska številka revije je nastala v okviru bilateralnega projekta Slovenija Črna Gora (ARRS BI-ME/16-17-011 Arhitektura zahodne, srednje in južne Evrope).

Editorial

Being a guest and being a host are both great privileges, whereas being a host is far more a responsibility than a privilege. This special occasion got me the honour to be the guest editor of this particular issue of respected magazine AR, thanks to Assoc.Prof. Domen Zupancic, a magazine editor. I accepted this gladly, with both responsibility and concern because long time ago, I have learnt that knowledge is the only wealth that increases by sharing with someone.
Therefore, I am thankful not only for achieving and sharing greater knowledge, but also for making more friends and getting to know Slovenia better with them, its vernacular and contemporary architecture. Papers presented are the result of bilateral collaboration of The Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana and Faculty of Architecture in Podgorica. This was established in 2016/2017, and was enabled by Ministries of Education of both Slovenia and Montenegro.
Representatives of The Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana were Prof.Dr. Borut Juvanec and Assoc.Prof. Domen Zupancic in subject collaboration. Podgorica's Faculty participants were Assoc.Prof. Slavica Stamatovic-Vuckovic, Assoc.Prof. Veljko Radulovic as well as myself. Prof.Dr. Borut Juvanec presented lectures for our students in Podgorica, while Ljubljana's students attended three lectures by my respected colleagues Assoc.Prof. Stamatovic-Vuckovic, Assoc.Prof. Radulovic and me. Various activities such as visits, lectures and sojourns in both Slovenia and Montenegro resulted in seven scientific papers published here.
Our beloved guest and host Prof.Dr. Borut Juvanec treated us with a text named Crna Gora and Montenegro. There is nothing extraordinary with the fact that such doyen of vernacular and transhumance architecture is acquainted with pecularities of Montenegro. That paper of his deals with so many subjects thoroughly. He offers us valuable suggestions on how to preserve our remains. The most interesting proposition is creating a digital museum using mobile phones, which would contribute to better knowing of our cultural heritage.
Colleagues from Faculty of Architecture in Podgorica’s works are focused on Montenegro with desire to introduce this magazine's readers with our country. The second reason for observing local topics lies in the fact that we, unfortunately, are not familiar with Slovenia as well as Prof.Dr. Borut Juvanec is with Montenegro. Being aware of that will surely stimulate our academics to, hopefully, pay this debt, at least partially.
Assoc.Prof. Slavica Stamatovic-Vuckovic is actively working on topic Post-industrial Montenegro: Transformation_Porto Montenegro. This example, besides being a good one and practically approved, shows possible experiences in approach to transformation of industrial capacities no longer functioning.
Prof.Dr Sci. Svetislav G. Popovic from our faculty and Assoc.Prof.Sci. Marta Vukotic Lazar (Faculty of Philososphy Pristina with temporarily headquarters in Kososvska Mitrovica, History of Arts Department) handled the topic Creative Opus of Vukota-Tupo Vukotic (Cetinje 1932-Podgorica, 2002) – World of Lone and Authentic Mason. This paper attentively deals with work of Montenegrin architect Vukota-Tupo Vukotic, with a special study of recent post-humanly published book „Tridimensional Morphology of Montenegro“, as a contribution to his complete creative opus.
Teaching assistants at Faculty of Architecture in Podgorica, M.Sci. Ema Alihodzic-Jasarovic, M.Sci. Sanja Paunovic-Zaric and  Assoc.Prof. Veljko Radulovic cover reviews of different interpolation methods, by which historical urban context can be acted upon, having the historic context of Podgorica summary in their paper named Historical Urban Context – Interpolation as a Kind of Urban Renewal of Podgorica. This paper summerizes interpolation role from the very basis for the most attractive sorts of urban renewal up to contemporary structures’ „aesthetical veneer“.
Prof.Dr. Goran Radovic, in his work Typology of Traditional Houses in Cetinje from the End of 19th and Beginning of 20th Century, processes data and observes pecularities of developing of this city as its major subject. One of the things that makes Cetinje special, as this paper highlights, is the fact that even in 15th century, this town started developing by following the concept of an open city, with no defensive fortifications. In second half of 19th century, Cetinje has already established itself as an urban city with clear orthogonal urban matrix.
M.Sci. Jelena Bajic-Sestovic, teaching assistant at Faculty of Architecture in Podgorica, prepared paper named Quest for Porto Montenegro's Identity. Selling of Public Space. In it, she deals with another problem of Porto Montenegro from another point of view – she thinks that cities, gradually, lose their distinctive silhouettes as time goes by. In such way, processes of altering urban and cultural identity of the city have started.
My paper, Three Architectural Landmarks of Podgorica, I have dedicated to three distinctive landmarks in urban core of Podgorica. They are Clock Tower (1667) situated in Old Town (originally named Stara Varos), memorial to Duke Mirko Petrovic (1886) in new part of Podgorica, also known as Mirko's Town (Mirkova Varos), and bridge MIllenium (2005) over Moraca river. Reason for perception of this issue is the fact that Podgorica, in its process of urban developing, didn't have much of constructed architectural landmarks, which would be significant parts of urban picture.

 

Guest editor,
Prof.Dr. Rifat Alihodzic


* This AR issue is a result of bilateral project (ARRS BI-ME/16-17-011).

1. Uvodna stran / Introduction

2. Uredništvo e - obrazci / Editing and e-forms

3. Zadnja številka / Recent magazine

4. Arhiv revij / Archive

5. Naročanje / Ordering

 

Vsebina / Contents

Uvodnik / Editorial
Članki / Articles
Jelena Bajić Šestović
TRAGANJE ZA IDENTITETOM PORTO MONTENEGRA, RASPRODAJA JAVNIH PROSTORA
SEARCHING FOR THE IDENTITY OF PORTO MONTENEGRO, SALE OF PUBLIC SPACES

Svetislav G. Popović, Marta Vukotić Lazar
KREATIVNI OPUS VUKOTE TUPE VUKOTIĆA (CETINJE, 1932 – PODGORICA, 2002) –SVET USAMLJENOG I AUTENTIČNOG GRADITELJA
CREATIVE OPUS OF VUKOTA TUPA VUKOTIĆ (CETINJE, 1932 – PODGORICA, 2002) -THE WORLD OF A LONESOME AND AUTOCHTHON ARCHITEC

Ema Alihidžić Jašarović, Sanja Paunović Žarič, Veljko Radulović
INSTORIJSKI URBANI KONTEKTS – INTERPOLACIJA KAO VID URBANE OBNOVE UPODGORICI
HISTORICAL URBAN CONTEXT – INTERPOLATION AS A TYPE OF URBAN RENEWAL IN PODGORICA

Rifat Alihodžić
TRI PROSTORNA AKCENTA U PODGORICI
THREE ARCHITECTURAL LANDMARKS OF PODGORICA

Slavica Stamatovic Vučković
POST -INDUSTRIJSKA CRNA GORA : TRANSFORMACIJA _PORTO MONTENEGRO
POST -INDUSTRIA L MONTENEGRO : TRANSFORMATION _PORTO MONTENEGRO

Goran Radović
TIPOLOGIJA TRADICIONALNIH KUĆA NA CETINJU S KRAJA XIX I POČETKA XX VIJEKA
TYPES OF TRADITIONAL HOUSES IN CETINJE AT THE END OF THE 19TH AND IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY

Borut Juvanec
ČRNA GORA IN MONTENEGRO
CRNA GORA AND MONTENEGRO

Mitja Guštin
GRUDA - POSLEDNJI DOM PRVIH KNEZOV V ČRNI GORI IZ OBDOBJA BAKRENE DOBE
GRUDA - LAST HOME OF THE FIRST PRINCES IN MONTENEGRO FROM LATE COOPER AGE