APA 6th Edition Tudor, A. (1997). Ljetnikovac Lupi-Vukčić u Gromindolcu na otoku Hvaru. Peristil, 40 (1), 55-61. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/150753
MLA 8th Edition Tudor, Ambroz. "Ljetnikovac Lupi-Vukčić u Gromindolcu na otoku Hvaru." Peristil, vol. 40, no. 1, 1997, pp. 55-61. https://hrcak.srce.hr/150753. Accessed 23 Jan. 2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Tudor, Ambroz. "Ljetnikovac Lupi-Vukčić u Gromindolcu na otoku Hvaru." Peristil 40, no. 1 (1997): 55-61. https://hrcak.srce.hr/150753
Harvard Tudor, A. (1997). 'Ljetnikovac Lupi-Vukčić u Gromindolcu na otoku Hvaru', Peristil, 40(1), pp. 55-61. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/150753 (Accessed 23 January 2021)
Vancouver Tudor A. Ljetnikovac Lupi-Vukčić u Gromindolcu na otoku Hvaru. Peristil [Internet]. 1997 [cited 2021 January 23];40(1):55-61. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/150753
IEEE A. Tudor, "Ljetnikovac Lupi-Vukčić u Gromindolcu na otoku Hvaru", Peristil, vol.40, no. 1, pp. 55-61, 1997. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/150753. [Accessed: 23 January 2021]
Abstracts The Lupi summer residence lies east of the village Gromindolac on the south side of the island Hvar. It is also know as the Budić House. Budići being an old nick-name of the Lupi family (earlier Cratian Vukčić or Vučić). The summer residence is an independent estate with a square pround plan, situated on the shore. It consists of a two storey residential-estate building in the south part of the estate and a yard sorrounded by a wall. Ovet time it has experienced many changes of whisch the most important was the building of a fortification wall with loop holes in the place where a terrace with a well head originally stood, which more of less changed the west side of the estate into a kond of castle. A ground floor building was added along the north wall of the yard, as a extention of the original building situated in the north-west corner of the estate. The central part of the north ront of the redidential estate building was recently devastated. A few original Renaissance windows have been preserved, smooth stone frames with moulded stone eaves. The 1834 cadastral plan of the site shows that the yard had tiles along the residential-estate building, while the rest of the yard is shown as an undefined area. No sings of a garden were found. The building in the south of the estate is divided into living rooms on the top floor and estate offices on the ground floor. Because of the destruction, it is difficult to recontruct the entire organiyation of the building. The kitchen was in the west part of the top floor where we can see traces of a stone sink and a fire-place. The important fact is that the Lupi summer residence was situated far away from any bigger town, while the most important summjer residences of the 16th century were places near or in towns like Hektorović's and Lucić's in Stari Grad, Gaydarović's (Bartučević's) and Garibaoldi's on Vis and Lucić's on Hvar. The Lupi summjer house near Gromindolac is an example of a Renaissance estate in the areaof the Hvar commune transferred into open landscape.