Publication: The Future as a Project. Doxiadis in Skopje
Edited by Kalliopi Amygdalou, Kostas Tsiambaos and Christos-Georgios Kritikos, published by Hellenistic Institute of Architecture, 2018
DATE: 21/12/2018
Recently docomomo International informed about the exhibition "The Future as a Project | Doxiadis In Skopje", supported by docomomo Greece.
Now docomomo is happy to announce the release of the exhibition catalogue "The Future as a Project. Doxiadis in Skopje". It presents for the first time Doxiadis´ work in Skopje, which includes strategic plans for the city and a new outline for the master plan. In addition, it presents the work of Kenzo Tange for Skopje´s city centre, and showcases a series of modernist buildings authored by leading Yugoslavian architects that still stand in the city today. It finally comments on ´Skopje 2014´ project and its ´conflict´ with the modern heritage of the city.

Contents:
The earthquake
11
The days after: Skopje´s first steps towards reconstruction
Christos-Georgios Kritikos
The Skopje Urban Plan Project and Doxiadis Associates
40
The protagonists of Skopje´s reconstruction
Ines Tolic
50
Designing on a moving terrain: Doxiadis Associates and the reconstruction of Skopje
Kostas Tsiambaos
The City Center and Post-earthquake Architecture
90
The City That Could Have Been
Vlatko P. Korobar
100
The architecture of the post-earth quake renewal of Skopje
Ana Ivanovska Deskova, Jovan Ivanovski, Vladimir Deskov
128
Between utopia and pragmatism: A synoptic overview of architectural modernism in socialist Yugoslavia
Maroje Mrduljaš
142
The white swan: the foundations of the Museum of Contemporary Art
Zoran Petrovski
The Legacy and Adventures of Skopje´s Modern Heritage
151
´Skopje 2014´ and the Return of History
Kalliopi Amygdalou

The publication was edited by Kalliopi Amygdalou, Kostas Tsiambaos and Christos-Georgios Kritikos, and created with support of docomomo Greece.

The catalogue is available through Benaki museum and the Hellenic Institute of Architecture.

Cover provided by docomomo Greece