Nanotourism AT Oslo Architectural Triennale 2019 | 27.9.2019

Nanotourism contributes to the crucial topic of Degrowth at Oslo Architectural Triennale 2019. AA nanotourism Visiting School is exhibiting at this year’s OAT two case studies of nanotourism developed from 2014 to 2016 in Vitanje, Slovenia. ‘KSEVT hotel’ is a site-specific experience of 3D sleeping in a precisely-engineered ‘levitation suit’, allowing individual visitors overnight stays in KSEVT suspended in mid-air. ‘Gravity: A User’s Manual’ is a wine-tasting experience based around a wearable ‘glass’ of wine, where visitors must engage themselves in a custom-designed suit through series of choreographed movements in order to air and taste the wine. Scale 1:1 interactive prototypes and an extensive catalogue of AA nanotourism case studies from its international locations are part of the main collection of ‘The Library’ at the National Museum of Architecture in Oslo and will be on show until 24th November 2019.


Frank Gehry Visiting Chairs in Architectural Design | 02.9.2019

We are pleased to announce that Tina Gregorič and Aljoša Dekleva will hold the 2009-10 Frank Gehry International Visiting Chair in the Daniels Faculty.

As joint chairs, Tina and Aljoša will lead a program of study on collective housing with the Daniels Faculty's third-year Master of Architecture students. They will also deliver a public lecture on October 10.


WINNER! SCIENCE CENTre – international COMPETITION | 22.2.2018

Our project was a winning proposal at an open international competition for the new national Science centre in Ljubljana.

The Science Centre is designed as a system of circular pavilions located within a park helps retain the open and green characteristics of the site, upgrading and refining it with its specific program and design. The Science Centre's circular pavilions, enrobed in their green surroundings, inform passers-by and those viewing it from up above, like from the Ljubljana Castle, of the fact that science and nature coexist. We are aware of the Centre's role in generating community spirit, linking together existing programs within the Trnovo neighbourhood and creating a new urban image of the southern entrance to the city centre. 

More on our competition results click here.



Architects Aljoša Dekleva and Tina Gregorič were honoured with the Prešeren Fund Prizes for their accomplishments over the past three years. They were hailed for designing some of the finest examples of Slovenian contemporary architecture.

"They are distinguished by ingenious conceptual, technological and design innovation, refined restraint in their approach and sensitivity to cultural dimensions of living, to broader urban or natural landscape space, to the past and heritage."

Among their projects over the past three years, the Prešeren Fund jurors highlighted the University Campus Livade in the coastal town of Izola, Slovenia's pavilion for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale and the design of the 2017 exhibition on architect Stanko Kristl at the Ljubljana Museum of Architecture and Design.


Chimney house – one of the Best on Archilovers 2017 | 11.1.2018

We are thrilled to inform you that our project Chimney House has been selected as one of the Best on Archilovers 2017. It is one of the most 'loved' out of the 50,000 projects published last year.


Home at Arsenale – Finalist of Architizer A+ awards | 15.03.2017

Home at Arsenale - La Biennale di Venezia, Slovenian pavilion has been selected as a Finalist in the Architizer A+Awards 2017 for the Cultural Pavilions category.


Chimney house – Finalist of Architizer A+ awards | 15.03.2017

Chimney house has been selected as a Finalist in the Architizer A+Awards 2017 for the Residential Private House (M 1000-3000 sq ft) category.


Clifftop House – Honourable Mention in the AAP 2016 | 13.01.2017

Glad that Clifftop House on Maui received an Honourable Mention in the AAP – The American Architecture Prize 2016 for the Residential Architecture category.


Slovenska Street – nominatION for 2017 Mies Award | 12.01.2017

Slovenska Street Renovation nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2017. Project was developed in collaboration with three Katušić Kocbek arhitekti, Sadar+Vuga, Scapelab and Studio Kristof.