||||||||||||||||The sitting room is dedicated to cheesy comedies from the 1980s|Items have been sourced from friend’s basements and attics, to second-hand and antique shops, online stores and auctions|These designs are already becoming popular with young ‘design retronauts” in Croatia and Serbia|The master bedroom is dedicated to movies banned by the government in the 1970s|||The room is named ‘Mysteries of Orgasm’ after the cult movie by Dusan Makijavejev|Pin-ups including Beba Loncar, the iconic Belgrade actress|Retro designs are balanced with modern creature comforts|Milakovic spend over a year collecting, restoring and curating the collection|The second bedroom is named after the 1960s comedy musical movie ‘Ljubav I moda’, which translates as ‘Love and Fashion’|Other items such as mid-century magazines, records, artworks industrial packaging and memorabilia|Other items such as mid-century magazines, records, artworks industrial packaging and memorabilia|Other items such as mid-century magazines, records, artworks industrial packaging and memorabilia|Other items such as mid-century magazines, records, artworks industrial packaging and memorabilia||
23 Apr 2015

Belgrade B&B – an ode to retro Yugoslav design

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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