Design: Dekleva Gregoric Architects. The business community today operates dynamically, impulsively and diversely. Office environments must respond to the constant changes in working groups’ organizations, to their processes and needs for personal comfort and technology development.
Design: Ofis arhitekti. The street of the villa runs perpendicular to the ancient Roman Wall and continues into a pedestrian passageway under the stone pyramid designed by Plecnik (as part his reconstruction project along the wall).
Design: SADAR+VUGA, architects with student design team. Building interior renovation designed at a student workshop at Ljubljana’s Faculty of Architecture. The interactive space project used a complex programmatic and spatial reconstruction.
Design: SADAR+VUGA. Apartment in the 19th century townhouse in Ljubljana is a place of opposites: it is both warm and cold, both soft and orthagonal. It is equally open and closed against its surroundings and both in contact and in conflict with it’s past.
Design: Trost & Associates. As a part of a major expansion in Tamar Valley, the Planica Nordic Center includes a new central building located near the end of cross-country skiing tracks.
Design: Arhitektura Jure Kotnik. The house for a family of three is located at a hill-top only a hundred meters away from the nearest two sculptures. Other sculptures can be seen in the distance.
Design: OFIS. The extreme climatic conditions in the mountains introduce a design challenge for architects, engineers and designers. Within a context of extreme risk to environmental forces, it is important to design buildings that can withstand extreme weather, radical temperature shifts, and rugged terrain.
Design: Arhitektura Jure Kotnik. The Smartno Timeshare Kindergarden was designed to encourage interaction, peer learning and self-learning. It has an open floor plan, which merges poorly used spaces such as wardrobes, corridors and stairs into one learning landscape together with playrooms.
Velenje Car Park, Slovenian building design by Enota Architects – Velenje was designed as a garden city and as such, it had a lot of unoccupied ground-level surfaces. With the increase in the number of vehicles, these surfaces began to turn into car parks.
The region of Karst was once covered with Oak trees that Venetians have extensively used for building up the City on water. They have left the wind to peel off earth revealing limestone grounds. In this landscape the tradition of small, compact, stony and almost windowless houses developed and remained until today.
Design: Arhitektura d.o.o. The owner is a successful Slovenian businessman who spends some of his spare time in the countryside. The property is situated on the edge of a small village on top of a hill, and consists of farm land, forest, residential building, barn house, apiary and wooden pavilion used as a tool shack.
The apartment design by Studio 360 is in the heart of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is divided into living area (consisting of a large living room with kitchen and dining room) and more intimate / sleeping area (two sleeping rooms and a study room). In between these two spaces there is a service part offering two contemporary bathrooms and one utility.
Air Traffic Control Center (ATCC) Slovenia, Airport Ljubljana building design by SADAR + VUGA. It appears as a monolithic shell, opening towards outside only when necessary. The building is wrapped in belts of glazing and combined aluminium parapets and brise-soleils.
The Dominican monastery in Ptuj boasts more than 800 years of history, which is, in various degrees of apparentness, expressed in its building structure. The Dominicans came to Ptuj in the early 13th century, when they were given a plot within the city walls, at the very edge of the west corner.