Saturday, 19 November 2016, at 10 am in Tartini theatre, Piran, Slovenia © Obalne galerije Piran
It goes without saying that wood is not only beautiful and pleasant to look at and touch, but that it has recently also become, again, a very sought-after building material, with which it is possible to build almost anything. Whereas in the recent past it was mainly used for roof constructions and partly for...
A Sanctuary in the Embrace of Non-Space
Ravnikar Potokar Architectural Office: Structures in the Škocjanski Zatok Nature Reserve, Koper, Slovenia
Notes from the Reeds
A House Shaped by the Bora
Architekturwerk Christoph Kalb, Philipp Berktold Architekten: Maria Grün Primary School, Graz, Austria
New Learning in the Trees
A Strange Visitor
Linear Brick House, Between Tradition and Modernity
Architecture in Tune with Space
What does it mean to see and experience architecture live? Last summer, we had an opportunity to visit two houses in the United States that are arguably amongst the ten most important houses of 20th century architecture: Wright’s masterpiece “Falling Water”, and Johnson’s own house called “Glass House”. Each of the two houses is unique...