APA 6th Edition Puhmajer, P. i Vujica, K. (2016). Kuća Grlečić-Jelačić na Trgu sv. Marka 9 u Zagrebu. Peristil, 59 (1), 57-69. https://doi.org/10.17685/Peristil.59.6
MLA 8th Edition Puhmajer, Petar i Kristina Vujica. "Kuća Grlečić-Jelačić na Trgu sv. Marka 9 u Zagrebu." Peristil, vol. 59, br. 1, 2016, str. 57-69. https://doi.org/10.17685/Peristil.59.6. Citirano 17.06.2019.
Chicago 17th Edition Puhmajer, Petar i Kristina Vujica. "Kuća Grlečić-Jelačić na Trgu sv. Marka 9 u Zagrebu." Peristil 59, br. 1 (2016): 57-69. https://doi.org/10.17685/Peristil.59.6
Harvard Puhmajer, P., i Vujica, K. (2016). 'Kuća Grlečić-Jelačić na Trgu sv. Marka 9 u Zagrebu', Peristil, 59(1), str. 57-69. doi: https://doi.org/10.17685/Peristil.59.6
Vancouver Puhmajer P, Vujica K. Kuća Grlečić-Jelačić na Trgu sv. Marka 9 u Zagrebu. Peristil [Internet]. 2016 [pristupljeno 17.06.2019.];59(1):57-69. doi: https://doi.org/10.17685/Peristil.59.6
IEEE P. Puhmajer i K. Vujica, "Kuća Grlečić-Jelačić na Trgu sv. Marka 9 u Zagrebu", Peristil, vol.59, br. 1, str. 57-69, 2016. [Online]. doi: https://doi.org/10.17685/Peristil.59.6
Sažetak The authors analyze the history of the construction and the design of the Grlečić-Jelačić house on 9 St. Mark’s Square in Zagreb. The house was formed on the location of several earlier building structures which cannot be exactly detected, but of which have remained walled-up arcades on the façades facing the square and the garden. The arcades on the square front have been part of a continuous row of the arcaded houses preserved along the south side of the Kamenita Street. The current spatial organization of the house was created in
about 1776, when the house was bought by Nikola Fridrik Grlečić who had erected a monumental staircase with vaulting, columns and richly ornamented stone balustrade. In 1784, the house came into the possession of the Jelačić family who had the façade redesigned in the ‘Zopf style’, while the interior was refurbished with the wall paintings depicting landscapes and the ‘quadratura’. A renewal of the house followed in the second quarter of the 19th century, when the main façade was replastered with the rustication in Biedermeier style.
Although it was originally built as a burgher’s house, its features show it is an example of a high-quality residential architecture of the period.