Following the big success of last year’s Piran Days of Architecture organized in cooperation with Dessa Gallery Ljubljana once again we would like to draw your attention to the fact that there will be an exhibition opening next Monday, January 28th, 2019 in Ljubljana:
This is Slovene Alpine Architecture 2008-2018
The Slovene Alpine landscape is one of those fragile environments which are – due to their precious wild nature, extreme weather and topographical conditions, built heritage, and distinct tradition – particularly sensitive to various interventions, especially architectural ones.
Consequently, interventions in mountain ambients must be informed by long-term thinking; subordinate to the exceptional Alpine scenery in their form and materiality; respectful of the cultural context; and quantitatively restricted. The exhibition Slovene Alpine Architecture 2008–2018 showcases 30 finest achievements and greatest standouts in Slovene Alpine architectural production of the last ten years in the Alpineregion as defined by the Alpine Convention.
From the works nominated by curators Kristina Dešman, MajaIvanič, and Špela Nardoni Kovač, international selector, Austrian architect Bernardo Bader chose the 22 top-ranked.
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Inauguration: 28 January 2019 at 8 pm in Dessa Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Exhibition: 28th January till 28th February 2019