Living Unit Ljubljana

... taking photos for the new Living Unit in Ljubljana , Slovenia for OFIS arhchitects.

Architecture : OFIS architects ( )

Carpenter and Contractor : Permiz d.o.o. ( )

Photo : Janez Martincic



Living Unit

... visualisations for the new Living Units for OFIS arhchitects.

Architecture : OFIS architects ( )

Carpenter and Contractor : Permiz d.o.o. ( )

... lecture_Prague

presenting OFIS arhitekti at Salon dřevostaveb
 Timber Construction Show – the biggest event promoting high quality modern wooden architecture in the Czech and Slovak Republic.

... archmarathon awards, Milan,IT

PresentingOFIS arhitekti and the project Basket apartments in Paris, at Archmarathon awards ( 14-16 Nov 2014 ) one of the best architectural offices and proud to be part of there great team. I OFIS arhitekti ... 
OFIS Architects is a firm of architects established in 1996 by Rok Oman and Špela Videčnik, both graduates of the Ljubljana School of Architecture and the London Architectural Association. Upon graduation they had already won several prominent competitions, such as Football Stadium Maribor and the Ljubljana City Museum extension and renovation. Many of their projects have been nominated for awards including the Mies van der Rohe award.In 2013 they received the Plecnik medal for the Habitable Space Habitable Wheel, in 2012 they received the Platinum Pen award for their international achievements, in 2009 they received a silver IOC/IAKS medal for their football stadium, in 2006 they received the European Grand Prix for Innovation Award, in 2005 their Villa Bled received an honourable mention at the Miami Biennial and in 2004 they were highly commended for their City Museum renovation and extension by the UK Architectural Review’s annual AR+D awards. In 2000 they won the prestigious “Young architect of the year” award in London, UK, to mention just a few of their achievements.

The company is based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, but works internationally. They won a large business complex in Venice Marghera, Italy and a residential complex in Graz, Austria.However, it was by winning 184 apartments in Paris, France their first large scale development abroad, which led them to open a branch office in France, 2007. This has been followed by a second large scale development with the construction of a football stadium for FC BATE in Borisov, Belarus, due for completion in 2013. They also have partner firm agreements in London, Paris and Moscow. Their academic career involves teaching at Harvard University in USA.

...from wikipedia

... started to work on Joze Plecnik's house renovation

Joze Plecnik (23 January 1872 – 7 January 1957) was a Slovene architect who had a strong impact on the modern identity of the city of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, most notably by designing the iconic Triple Bridge and the Slovene National and University Library building, as well as banks along the Ljubljanica River, the Ljubljana open market buildings, the Ljubljana cemetery, parks, plazas etc. The impact he had on Ljubljana has been compared to the impact Antonio Gaudi had on Barcelona.

His style is associated with the Vienna Secession style of architecture (a type of Art Nouveau). Besides in Ljubljana, he worked in Vienna, Belgrade and on the Prague Castle. He influenced the avant-garde Czech Cubism. He is also a founding member of the Ljubljana School of Architecture, joining it upon an invitation by Ivan Vurnik, another notable Ljubljana architect.