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The building is first in a series of five printing houses by Savin Sever. It is the greatest of the five. The building body is vertically divided into three parts, each of which designed to suit its specific purpose; the base, central part constructed in bricks and ribbon of massive cordons. The..

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Villa Oblak

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by France Tomažič

In the period between the two wars, the powerful personality of the architect Jože Plečnik (1872–1957) was dominant in Slovenia. By his reputation as the most significant professor at the architectural school and his unique ‘timeless’ architecture, he overshadowed all other architectural..

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Jože Mesar

Slovenia
born 1907, Ljubljana

Jože Mesar was a Slovene architect known for his work on residential homes for the middle class, various public buildings, and also different types of interiors (many of which were, unfortunately, demolished). He was born on the 21st of August 1907 in Ljubljana and died on the 10th of January..

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