Architecture was part of the culture and its mirror image.

The ideas of the past and their implementation in the construction inspire us today.

Greek, Roman and Gothic architecture in ancient temples and palaces inspire us today with their striking beauty.

The era of cultural revolution in Europe is characterized by new architectural styles and forms. All this started by:


Renaissance - 15 -17 century

Typical for this architectural style are the dismemberment of wall panels, arcades, colonnades, arches, domes, logical symmetry, harmony and clear tectonics, based on the laws of perspective and proportion.


Baroque - 1650 - 1780

Striking in its pomp, boldly aggregating volumes and shapes to achieve monumental solemnity


Rococo - 1730 - 1780

It is characterized by grace, ease and intimate character-neat.

All this can be found in numerous examples of richly decorated facades, as well as public buildings and palaces and private homes.

Development of forms still in the age of:


Classicism - 18 -19 century

Typical for the calssicism are the rigid forms of Antiquity.

And finally:


Modernism - 19 - 20th century

Observations of many new features combined with new technologies in the exterior design of buildings. Main feature of this style is a subjective reflection of reality through rich ornamentation of the facade with oval and smooth lines, often borrowed from nature.


The desire to create unique facades, decorated and reproducing different stylistic influences from past, is the main characteristic of modern architecture. This equally applies for both residential homes and for public buildings. Faceless concrete buildings will remain in the past.

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