APA 6th Edition Radović Mahečić, D. (1996). Tri susreta arhitekta Slavka Löwja i Drage Iblera. Peristil, 39 (1), 157-165. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/138685
MLA 8th Edition Radović Mahečić, Darja. "Tri susreta arhitekta Slavka Löwja i Drage Iblera." Peristil, vol. 39, br. 1, 1996, str. 157-165. https://hrcak.srce.hr/138685. Citirano 06.04.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition Radović Mahečić, Darja. "Tri susreta arhitekta Slavka Löwja i Drage Iblera." Peristil 39, br. 1 (1996): 157-165. https://hrcak.srce.hr/138685
Harvard Radović Mahečić, D. (1996). 'Tri susreta arhitekta Slavka Löwja i Drage Iblera', Peristil, 39(1), str. 157-165. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/138685 (Datum pristupa: 06.04.2020.)
Vancouver Radović Mahečić D. Tri susreta arhitekta Slavka Löwja i Drage Iblera. Peristil [Internet]. 1996 [pristupljeno 06.04.2020.];39(1):157-165. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/138685
IEEE D. Radović Mahečić, "Tri susreta arhitekta Slavka Löwja i Drage Iblera", Peristil, vol.39, br. 1, str. 157-165, 1996. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/138685. [Citirano: 06.04.2020.]
Sažetak After completing the list of works by the architect Slavko Lowy (Koprivnica 1904 - Zagreb 1996), who was one of the creators of modem Croatian architecture of the 1930s, the author addressed the subject of his meetings with the most prominent architect of that period, Drago Ibler (1894.1962). Both of them graduated with Martin Dulfer at the High Technical School in Dresden in a period of ten years, but while Ibler's opus has been interpreted in detail, the evaluation of Lowy's work is still to come. The author analyses three professional meetings of Drago Ibler and Slavko Lowy as competitors at competitions for inserted residential or residential-business buildings on Zagreb locations between 1933 and 1936. Most of the buildings were built according to Lowy's design. Although Ibler approached the theme of the skyscraper in many of his projects, it was the younger Lowy who built Zagreb's first high-rise. He won first prize at the narrower competition for the Radovan corner building between Masarykova and Gundulićeva Streets in 1933. Ibler built his first high-rise after the Second World War. In 1935 comfortable houses in close contact with nature had to be designed on the steep ground between Ribnjak park and Novakova Street. Ibler suggested two buildings on the edges of the lot with a green garden between them, but Lowy's design of one very deep building (in fact two with a common stairway) with green terraces climbing up the hill was accepted (20 Ribnjak). Almost at the same time Ibler built his anthological Markulin residential building on No. 16 of the same street. When the area of the former Zagreb Fair in Martićeva Street began to be built up in 1936, lbler designed the corner building at 14c Martićeva for the Wienerbankvereing, and Lowy built the adjacent house in 4 Bulićeva Street for the same investor, although Ibler was originally to have built both buildings. The author analyzes the specific solutions offered by both acrhitects, and their possible common starting points.