Milan Zloković was a complete and complex personality; at the same time he was an artist, a scientist, a bohemian, and a zealous, creative worker.
[Branislav Kojić, Društveni uslovi razvitka arhitektonske struke u Beogradu 1920-1940. godine (Social Conditions of the Development of Architectural Practice in Belgrade, 1920-1940, Beograd: SANU, 1979), p. 171 (Cyrillic)]
The seminal role played by the architect Milan Zloković in Serbian modernism is the principal reason to dedicate this thematic issue of SAJ to recent studies of this architect’s opus. Zloković’s work is the very substance of modernism in Serbia, and his buildings form the most coherent testimony to the ethos of the epoch.
MILAN ZLOKOVIĆ: OBSERVATIONS FROM PROXIMITY
FERVET OPUS: MILAN ZLOKOVIĆ AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE CITY
MILAN ZLOKOVIĆ AND THE PROBLEM OF PROPORTIONS IN ARCHITECTURE