Architecture – Inventory 2010 – 2012

Sixth biennial exhibition of members of the Architects’ Society of Ljubljana

13 February 2013

An inventory of architecture, organised by the Architects’ Society of Ljubljana, takes place every two years.
This year’s event is the sixth.

The exhibition Architecture – Inventory presents works by members of the Architects’ Society of Ljubljana over a two-year period, from 2010 to 2012.It also offers a comprehensive insight into developments in the Slovenian architectural arena and an opportunity to evaluate it.

Three members of Scapelab’s staff will also exhibit their works: Marko Studen, Miha Dobrin and Boris Matić.

The exhibition is being hosted by Cankarjev dom, in the Grand Reception Hall,
from 13 February to 5 March 2013
Opening: 8.00 p.m. on 13 February 2013

The exhibition will display 120 architecture projects by more than 150 authors, from urban planning concepts, architectural redesigning, public buildings, multi-occupancy and single-family houses to graphic and industrial design as well as writings about architecture. Once again, this is the largest overview of architectural dynamism in the country.

To enable greater clarity, the exhibition and its catalogue are divided into eight sections, depending on the type of construction. This division into sections facilitates the search for projects and architects, while also presenting small-scale statistics showing which projects were the most frequent over the last two years marked by a crisis in construction and architecture. Government investments in public buildings and infrastructure have practically dried up. In the last two years architects have mainly co-operated with private investors, while the most common projects have included interior design and single-family houses. Of all government investments, the most numerous were those involving the construction of kindergartens. This is surely good news. It shows that the tradition of the high-quality construction of schools, which importantly affect the spatial education and culture of our youngest, is continuing.

  • Source: Architects’ Society of Ljubljana

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