Back in Yugoslavia, Montenegro was a periphery. Kana’s legacy, although very present in Montenegro, remains to be determined. In order to fully understand the absence of the legacy left by Kana, we must recognize that the University of Montenegro was founded in 1974, and without the Faculty of Architecture which was established long after Kana’s death. This means that she had no basis to develop further and transfer her politics, thoughts and ideas. There was no architectural critic who would analyze or celebrate his work in Montenegro and then deepen it in Yugoslavia.
The lack of an institutional archival base for his work or any architectural work makes it very difficult not only to study the course of architectural narrative across the country, but also impossible to place his work in a broader content. , both Yugoslav and international. From this perspective, it is clear that she became an architect in Montenegro, which hardly had any architectural heritage, nor indeed any modern architectural heritage.
It was an era of comprehensive modernization in post-war Yugoslavia, and the accents of this modernization focused on major cities and republics, such as Belgrade (Serbia), Zagreb (Croatia), Sarajevo ( Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Ljubljana (Slovenia).