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Trading House

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Miloš Bonča

Trading house is part of the urban organization of the former urban center in Šiška. Originally there were two planned commercial building, of which only one and a small shopping pavilion was built. The house is located along of the street and is designed as a highly linear and transparent object..

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Slovenian Parliament

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Vinko Glanz

The monumental Parliament building is designed as a freestanding cube. With its representative facade is turning to the Revolution Square. The building is an expression of the modernist interpretations of classic design that suggests the influence of Jože Plečnik. The two story portal produced by..

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Milan Mihelič

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1925, Dolenja Laz

He studied at Ljubljana’s Architecture Faculty of Engineering and at the Polytechnic in Prague (1947/48). He was a student of Edvard Ravnikar later on in Ljubljana where he graduated in 1954. Since 1955 he collaborated as a planner and researcher at the Institute for residential construction OLO..

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Residential Towers

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Milan Mihelič

Two residential high-rises towers emphasize the street as one tower ends it while the other defines the corner. The design of the house is organized around a central reinforced concrete core, which includes staircase and all installations. Other supporting structure is expressed on the facade..

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Savin Sever

Ljubljana, Slovenia
born 1927, Krško

Savin Sever was a Slovene architect. He was the son of a lawyer from the Littoral temporarily working in Krško, but he grew up in Maribor and Ljubljana. Sever is considered one of the most typical representatives of the Ljubljana school of Architecture. His work represents a synthesis of the..

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Astra Center

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Savin Sever

The Astra Center is following the new urban regulation which creates a more metropolitan northern city entrance road. The project includes two lower shopping premises and two high-rises that occupy a whole side of a city block with an emphasized corner. The towers have glass facade, commercial..

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AMZS Technical Centre

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Savin Sever

AMZS Center was built for the purpose of automobile industry at the end of the sixties. Structural design of the building is a descendant of garages Triplex A which the same architect evolved somewhat earlier. AMZS building combines: the information service, help desk road test and service..

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Edo Mihevc

Slovenia
born 1911, Trieste

Edo Mihevc (July 8th, 1911–June 4th, 1985) was a Slovenian urban planner, architect and designer. He was in the forefront of Slovenian modern architecture after the World War II and was one of Jože Plečnik's students that separated from his method of artistic creation, thus embarking on a path of..

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Pinka Tomažiča Primary School was designed by Edo Mihevc in Koper in 1960. The building - without doubt - was a prominent example of the Slovenian modernism with all of its characteristics. In architectural terms, the school was the only example of a transparent pavilion construction. Special..

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Kozolec Building

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Edo Mihevc

Kozolec Building designed by Edo Mihevc, was inspired by Le Corbusier's L'Unité d'Habitation, Marseille. In contrast to that building has different front and back facades, as is positioned on the main avenue running through Ljubljana's center. The first floor was designed for shops and the..

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Metalka

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Branko Kraševac, ...

Metalka was the first business 15-storey high-rise building in Ljubljana since Nebotičnik. Edo Mihevc designed the iconic office building on the model of the Seagram Building in New York. Metalka is designed as a narrow box wrapped in a unified coating of lightly hanging facade made from..

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Tea House

Bled, Slovenia
by Vinko Glanz

Near the Vila Bled, where Jože Plečnik planed a new castle for king Alexander, stands Belvedere, also known as Tito's Tea room. In 1934 were made just three 30-meter pillars above the lake. After the Second World War has Vinko Glanz completed their ideas.

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Government office building in Ljubljana was projected in 1945 by Stanko Rohrman and built for the Ministry of foreign affairs. After its reconstruction and interior renewal the building will host a new user namely various governmental agencies. Strings of offices are narrowing as to the actual..

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