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Building the identity of a quarter through inclusion of a local community
Tabor is a small quarter in Ljubljana that lies between the old town and the central train station. In the past, Tabor was an industrial suburb with a strong local identity. Since Slovenia’s independence, due to different..

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RCERO Educational Trail

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Prostorož

Educational trail of Regional centre for waste management (RCERO) is a landscaping project surrounding the regional waste management facilities. It has eleven theme points that educate visitors about types of materials, recycling and re-use of waste.

At each of the theme points, prostoRož..

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Sustainable urban regeneration is a set of coordinated activities in a selected urban area involving different stakeholder groups with the aim of improving the urban environment and quality of living. The project was carried out in the Municipality of Idrija. It included a regeneration pilot..

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Oases

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Prostorož

The green banks of Ljubljanica river east of city centre are punctuated by several concrete platforms that enable water access for fire-fighters in case of fire. They were closed off to the public and completely neglected before the intervention. The focus was on three platforms that run along a..

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Integrated urban regeneration by building a local community took place in Savsko naselje, which is one of the first neighbourhoods constructed in Ljubljana after WW2. In the past few decades, the neighbourhood regressed in social, spatial and economic sense. Its public space was decaying, there..

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The building was in use as a primary school from 1940 until 1951. From then to today there is a content of gymnasium "Svetozar Markovic". The concept of the building can be reflected as a distant reflection of Italian rationalism. Kenneth Frampton compares it to Terragni's Casa del Fascio within..

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The Brunswick Centre

London, United Kingdom
by Patrick Hodgkinson

Brunswick centre was designed by Patrick Hodgkinson in the mid-1960s, based on studies by Leslie Martin as a mixed development with an open shopping precinct complete with cinema and residential accommodation above. Located in the heart of Georgian Bloomsbury, replacing rows of Georgian houses in..

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Centre Point

London, United Kingdom
by George Marsh

Centre point Tower was one of the first skyscrapers in London. The building was designed by George Marsh of the architects R. Seifert and Partners, with engineer Pell Frischmann and was constructed by Wimpey Construction from 1963 to 1966. for £5.5 million. The precast segments were formed of..

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