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.
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
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.