ⓘ Petar Bajalovic
Petar Bajalovic was a Serbian architect who lived and worked during the latter part of Belle Epoque and between the two wars. He was one of the representatives of architectural modernism in Serbia.
Petar Bajalovic completed his Gymnasium education in Belgrade, after which he enrolled at the Technical Faculty of the Belgrades Visoka skola, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree. He then went to Germany to pursue his post-graduate studies in architecture at the Technical College in Karlsruhe. There he graduated in 1905.
From 1906 until his death, he was a professor and founder of the descriptive geometry field of studies at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Belgrade, where he distinguished himself as an excellent pedagogue. His daughter Jelena Bajalovic took his courses there and in turn became an architect.
Petar Bajalovic is the older brother of Dura Bajalovic who was also a prominent Belgrade architect.
- the building of the Saint Sava Association in Belgrade 11 Cara Dusana street, completed in 1924 on plans of 1914, of academic style with a historicizing decoration, it is classified Historic monument;
- the house of Saint Sava in Belgrade 13 Cara Dusana street, was modified by Petar Bajalovic in 1923 from the construction designed by Jovan Ilkic; the building is classified as a Historic Monument;
- The house of Mihailo Petrovic Alas at 22 Kosancicev venac in Belgrade was completed in 1910; the house, also influenced by Art Nouveau, is today inscribed on the list of protected cultural monuments of the Republic of Serbia and on the list of protected cultural treasures of the City of Belgrade.
- Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment 5 Studentski trg in Belgrade, completed in 1932; it is inscribed on the list of cultural treasures of the City of Belgrade;
- Leona Panajots house 31 rue Francuska, in Belgrade, completed in 1908, characteristic of Art Nouveau and now classified;
- the Stankovic music school 1 Kneza Milosa street in Belgrade was renovated by Petar Bajalovic in 1913-1914; it is now classified as a Historical Monument;
- Serbian Pavilion at the International Exhibition in Rome 1911-1912;
- the Faculty of Law of the University of Belgrade, 1937-1940.
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