Blok 23 in New Belgrade is just around the corner of Blok 28 (my usual residence when I'm in Belgrade) and a couple of weeks ago I made a walk through the blocks to take some pictures.
The project was made by Bozidar Jankovic (1931), Branislav Karadzic (1929) and Aleksandar Stjepanovic (1931) a team that planned several housing projects with accompanying buildings and constructed the Faculty of Dramatic Arts. They valorised architecture with expressive materials (rough concrete, brick, dyed linen).
More on blocks of New Belgrade in my posts here (Block70) and here(the future of New Belgrade).
Apartments are open to two sides, while the kitchen and dining area look onto the courtyard. Balconies are located on both sides and are often built out into a loggia or used as additional storage space.
A lot of apartments are very flexible and the layout can be easily adapted to the request of the owners.
Facade of the school building
The head of the long 10-storey building
The first type are the residential Towers with groundfloor plus 16 floors, the second type of building has a groundfloor plus ten upper floors and then there are two buildings about 280m long, the third type of building is a meander type with a groundfloor plus four floors and they are located on the east and west border of this block.
The pinwheel-like floorplans of the residential towers
The school with sport facilities in the middle of the block
The new built Verano Building in the northwest corner of the block
(more information here at beobuild)