What might be characteristic for the work of Aljoš¡a Dekleva (1972) and Tina Gregorič (1974) aka Dekleva Gregorič architects is their eagerness to probe the boundaries of each of their project, to explore the various possibilities, to question and challenge the obvious.
The architecture of Abiro established by architects Miloš¡ Florjaničič (1955) and Matej Blenkuš (1971) significantly marked the space of Slovenian contemporary architecture in the past ten years. Their architecture being firmly rooted in a direct lineage of Slovenian modernist and postmodernist tradition is at the same time masterfully tinkered with contemporary idioms. The architecture of two worlds stems from the specifics of their office.
Ofis Arhitekti, was established in 1996 by Rok Oman and Špela Videčnik, both graduates from the Ljubljana School of Architecture. Before completing their postgraduate studies at London''s AA Design Research Laboratory in 2000, they had already won several prominent competitions. Since then their impressive portfolio places them at the highest echelon of the Slovene and international architectural scene.
Architect Nande Korpnik (1962) was born in Velenje, a city which is a unique example of Slovenian urban planning. The specifics of his environment in his formative years mixed with his dynamic and analytical personality clearly contributed to his production of some most exciting architectural works in Slovenia.
Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti
In the first decade after his graduation from Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana in 1990, architect Jože Peterkoč(1962) was still highly influenced by then prevailing architectural thought in Slovene leading architectural circles. However, the mayor breakthrough for him came at the end of 1999 when the more personal poetics of space replaced the dogmas of the past.