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    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.
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  • image Exhibition The Articulum Furniture [h2]4/20/-7/2/2017[/h2]The furniture collection Articulum was designed in 1952 by Edvard Ravnikar and Jurij Jenšterle, then a graduate student of architecture. Ravnikar patented a wood joint that enabled the assembling and disassembling of different furniture elements without any professional help whatsoever. /Exhibition/The-Articulum-Furniture.aspx 12

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Guided tour

hour SAT. 4/29/2017  | 11 AM
Join us on our monthly English language guided tour of the castle, where MAO is located! Built on commission from the Khisl family in mid-16th century, Fužine Castle is the only remaining renaissance castle in Ljubljana. more »
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Presentation

12/8/2016

The café, designed by Bureau Triiije (Three architects), is furnished with iconic chairs and tables that distinguished Slovenian interiors in the 20th century. Guests are pampered with fragrant coffee, delicious homemade cakes and other goodies by Kaval Group. more »
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Exhibition

12/8/-4/23/2017

The Plastic Garbage Project
Gigantic amounts of plastic garbage enter the seas every day and are thus gradually transforming into a plastic soup – with serious consequences for our health. What happens to a plastic product at the end of its life cycle? The exhibition spotlights the effects of plastic debris as well as examines various possible solutions. more »
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Lecture

hour TUE. 5/9/2017  | 7 PM
Jane Rendell
Transitional Spaces: From Critical Spatial Practice to Site-Writing
Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory together with the Museum of Architecture and Design cordially invite you to attend the lecture by renowned architectural theoretician and critic Jane Rendell. more »
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BIO 25: Save the Dates!

From 25 May to 29 Oct 2017 FARAWAY, SO CLOSE curated by Angela Rui and Maja...
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