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Palača Igerčić-Patačić-Annaker-Jelačić – tipologija stambene arhitekture Gradeca u 18. stoljeću


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Pavković, Marko Filip. (2015). Palača Igerčić-Patačić-Annaker-Jelačić – tipologija stambene arhitekture Gradeca u 18. stoljeću. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Art History. [mentor Botica, Dubravka].

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The primary aim of this paper is a monographic analysis of the Igerčić-Patačić-Annaker-Jelačić Palace located in Zagreb's Upper Town and its contextualization within the Corps of residential architecture in the 18th century Gradec. Residential architecture of Gradec is presented with typology of spatial organization of the corner buildings and typology of facades. Palace Igerčić-Patačić-Annaker-Jelačić is an important monument of the national architectural heritage, which has been almost entirely neglected, both in the scientific literature, and also for a long time in conservation practice. The paper starts with an overview of the historical and spatial development of the Upper Town since its establishment until 1850 - the year when Gradec begins to fully function as a unified city of Zagreb. The detailed process of urban transformation in the period 17th and 18th century, which is a kind of template for the construction and development of the palaces in the 18th century is particularly detailed described. Than follows an overview of previously conducted researches and critical review of the literature with the aim of revaluation of previously established thesis related to the typology of the Zagreb’s Upper Town residential palaces of the Baroque period. Monographic analysis begins with an introduction that deals with the history of the palace, after which are presented results of archival research that tried to shed light on the character of the patron Juraj Igerĉić and his family and paper also carries out the history of ownership of the palace. An important part of the work is a detailed analysis of the photo-documentation and cadastral maps on which is based the proposal for structural-historical development of the palace, that seeks to reconstruct the original appearance of the building and the date of the construction of individual wings. Paper carries out also a thesis on the construction of the southwest corner on the substructures from earlier periods. It analyzes the remodeling of the interior and interventions in the internal and external fronts throughout history and the results of the that analysis are being encountered with the formal analysis and description of the existing condition that was necessary to carry out due to the unavailability of the facility to a wider circle of interested parties. Paper provides also an analysis and a comment on the conservation and restoration works carried out on the palace and preliminary design of architect Ivan Zemljak from 1939 that aimed to expand the palace of the old town hall, which included the demolition of the palace Igerčić. After a monographic analysis paper develops a typology of spatial organization of the corner buildings built in Gradec in the 18th century. Based on a detailed architectural description of the ten selected objects, three types of buildings are determined, and the analysis takes into account the number of wings and the degree of incorporation of buildings into a city block, so the angular eighteenth-century buildings in Gradec can be divided into single, double and three-wing, provided that single-wing continues to be divided into those in which the spaces are organized as a series of spatial cells and more complex where is present grouping of rooms according to the usage. All double-wing corner buildings have a semi-detached L-shaped layout, and the three-wing ones have U-shaped layout that differs from the free-embedded by treatment of the surrounding area. It also established the typology of the facades of which can be distinguished four groups, of which the fourth is composed of two sub-groups. Types of fronts, ranging from those that heritage medieval tradition of building gabled facades, to those decorated with stylized stripes horizontal rustication on the ground floor and pilasters and / or ledges in the area of the first floor, are similar to the achievements in the centers of the former Habsburg Monarchy. Reevaluation of the influence of Viennese architecture at the one in Zagreb is made and consideration on the reception of the influence of other Central European centers on designing of the facades. At the end the Palace is stylistically and typologically evaluated in the context of representative residential architecture in the northwestern part of the continental Croatia in the Baroque period.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: Baroque, 18th century, Gradec/Gornji grad(Zagreb), residential architecture, typology, palaces
Subjects: History of art
Departments: Department of Art History
Supervisor: Botica, Dubravka
Date Deposited: 24 May 2016 09:35
Last Modified: 02 Dec 2016 11:40

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