• image Future Architecture platform Creative Exchange 2018 [h2]2/15/-2/16/2018[/h2]A European gathering for architecture and design lovers and professionals, this multi-day public event with talks, pitches and cocktails will enable live interaction between cultural operators, emerging creatives and audiences, as well as host lectures by Anastassia Smirnova, programme director of Strelka Institute and founder of SVESMI, Croatian philosopher Srećko Horvat, and theoretician Stephan Trüby. http://futurearchitectureplatform.org/programme/43/creative-exchange-2018/ 11
  • image Exhibition Stanko Kristl, Architect [h2]12/19/-5/27/2018[/h2]Humanity and Space
    Architect, professor, researcher, academician, innovator, humanist and perpetual creative critical voice. Stanko Kristl has long been one of the most important architects in Slovenia. His work, from kindergartens, schools, hospitals, homes and monuments, both at the time of its creation and still today, triggers the very engaged attention of domestic and international publics alike.
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  • image Exhibition The (Un)Realized Parliament [h2]12/22/-3/4/2018[/h2]On 23 January 1947, Ferdo Kozak, the president of the People's Assembly of Slovenia, met with the architect Jože Plečnik to talk on the subject of »building the Slovenian parliament.« soon, vents unraveled.
    The exhibition at the chapel of Castle Fužine presents some of architect Vinko Glanz's drawings for assembly hall seats and benches, several drawings of the portal, and the documents concerning Jože Plečnik's unrealized design for the Slovenian parliament.
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  • image Exhibition The Aesthetics of Consumption in Socialism [h2]12/15/-2/23/2018[/h2]The poster is an important and unique instrument of communication. The commercial poster has become popular in the former Yugoslavia (mainly Slovenia) and in Hungary from the sixties of the last century, which was fostered by political and economic factors. At the exhibition we will present a selection of Hungarian and Slovenian commercial and film posters from the 60’s and 70’s of the last century. /Exhibition/The-Aesthetics-of-Consumption-in-Socialism.aspx 12
  • image Exhibition Common Places [h2]9/14/-12/31/2018[/h2]A Constellation of Micro-Interventions within Nove Fužine
    The project, a part of Future Architecture, was conceived by Plan Común and Tiago Torres-Campos as a constellation of public space micro-interventions related to built or natural pre-existing conditions within the Nove Fužine housing scheme.
    http://futurearchitectureplatform.org/programme/10/common-places/ 12

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Fužine [Framed] is a photo essay highlighting the potential of a multicultural society and how intercultural neighbourhood gradually rise up from many prejudices and overcome a number of injustices casted upon them more »
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Future Architecture platform


Organisations like Royal Academy of Arts, Tbilisi Architecture Biennial, Malta Design Week and platform Architectuul, will offer an insight into the latest in the field of architecture, as well as explore new opportunities for possible further collaborations. The highlight of this Creative Exchange event are the Pitch Cocktails, where the fair participants will present their work in short presentations – cocktails included! more »
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As part of activities of the Slovenian presentation at this year's La Biennale, we are announcing Instagram photo contest. The subject of the contest is water sources. The photos submitted should be uploaded to the entrants' Instagram profiles with the hashtag #livingwithwater. more »
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The exhibition of sustainable renovation and new building in the Alps will presents 30 architectural projects, which were included in the short list within the international Architecture Award Constructive Alps 2017. The international jury announced the results in the Alps Museum in Bern last October: four main prizes and seven commendations. more »
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BIO 25 One of the Best Exhibitions of 2017

Metropolis Magazine put the exhibition of BIO 25: Faraway, So Close, curated by...
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