||||||||||||||||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

Editor’s picks

Very Good & Proper launches latest collection for homeworking

Batek Architekten completes new flagship store of CBD brand VAAY in Berlin

BIG gives form to the future with its latest book release

At FOLIE, Studio KO bring the French Riviera to London

Get cosy in Kokoro, a modular system for any environment

GroupM’s sleek new HQ

Inside the Berlin offices where industrial concrete meets unexpected colour

Why design is the secret weapon for a calm workplace post-lockdown

7 highlights from Dubai Design Week 2020

Instagram





Workplace | Design | Architecture