Contemporary School Architecture in Slovenia 1991–2007

  • Authors
  • Maja Ivanič
  • Špela Kuhar

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-9
  2. Introduction

    1. Maja Ivanič, Špela Kuhar
      Pages 10-11
  3. Landmarks in Time

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 12-13
    2. Andrej Hrausky
      Pages 14-19
    3. Nataša Koselj
      Pages 24-29
    4. Miha Dešman
      Pages 30-33
    5. Uroš Lobnik
      Pages 34-35
    6. Emanuel Čerček
      Pages 36-37
  4. Contemporary School Architecture in Slovenia 1991–2007

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 39-39
    2. Pages 40-47
    3. Pages 48-107
  5. Comparison-Connection

  6. Architects on Schools

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 183-183
    2. Pages 184-184
    3. Pages 185-185
    4. Pages 188-188
  7. Carlo Cappai Maria and Alessandra Segantini

  8. Saša Randić and Idis Turato

  9. Sonja Gasparin and Beny Meier

About this book


Ever since Slovenia joined the European Union in 2004, Slovenian architecture has attracted considerable interest worldwide. The internationally recognized projects of recent years are distinguished in particular by their innovativeness and self-assured originality.

School construction, which has been a priority in Slovenia for decades, has acquired special significance as a result of the country’s economic upswing. The school buildings presented in the publication "Contemporary School Architecture in Slovenia" were all constructed after 1991, following the establishment of the Republic of Slovenia. In addition to the introduction by the two authors Maja Ivanic and Spela Kuhar, the book includes interviews on the subject with 8 architects. The historical perspective is conveyed in 6 essays, and the 35 documented projects are presented in pictures, diagrams and textual descriptions.


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