Nataša Koselj is an architect with a PhD on post-war Slovenian architecture, who studied and worked in Slovenia (University of Ljubljana), Finland (MARCH2002), UK (Oxford Brookes University) and France (Cité de l'architecture at du patrimoine). Docomomo Slovenia Chair, since 2004, who has formed the course »20th Century Slovenian Archtecture«, at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture, which she has been teaching since 2005 as a freelance. She has researched, lectured, edited, exhibited and published extensively on Slovenian architecture, especially on Danilo Fürst and Edvard Ravnikar, whose unpublished diaries she analysed during 2000-2005. She received Plečnik’s Medal (2014) for the monograph on Danilo Fürst.
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