Planica – The Continuity of Slovene Minimalist Architecture 

The complex of ski jumping hills in Planica is very convincing with its architectural-engineering image and function, and in the coming decades will most likely succeed in demonstrating that it belongs to the specific field of minimalist Slovene architecture.

Photo: Miran Kambič

Concept for the ski jumping hills, towers and landscaping:
Matej Blenkuš, Miloš Florijančič, Klemen Kobal, Ana Kučan, Luka Javornik
Concept for the heating facility: Marko Smrekar, Aleš Vodopivec
Design of the ski jumping hills, towers and landscape: abiro, Blenkuš – Florijančič d.o.o., Ljubljana, Studio Akka d.o.o., Ljubljana
Project group:
Architecture: Blaž Babnik Romaniuk, Katja Cimperman, Anja Cvetrežnik, Vesna Jenič, Peter Karba
Landscape architecture: Mojca Kumer, Maj Plemenitaš, Miha Slekovec, Ana Tepina, Gaja Trbižan
Technical designers: Vojko Kilar (building constructions), Andrej Robič (mechanical installations), Miran Špeh (electrical installations)
Heating facility design: STVAR d.o.o., Ljubljana
Client: Planica Institute of Sports RS
Year of design / construction: 2010-12 / 2011-12
Surface area: 22,000 m²

The complete article is published in Winter issue of Piranesi No. 37 Vol. 23.

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