Playfully daring and functionally perfected interventions

While only established in 2010, the Svet vmes architectural office has already developed its characteristic line, and it is especially noteworthy that they managed to do so through relatively small projects. And this indeed is where their magic lies – they tackle every task with respect, with a great idea, fearlessly, in a challenging and conceptual way, and in detail … This is why the realisations of their projects affect the observer or user in a playfully daring and at the same time functionally perfected manner.

9 Frames Hall, Poljane Grammar School, 2015 Renovation of the entrance hall Architecture: Svet vmes (Jure Hrovat, Ana Kosi, Ana Kreč) Photo: Matevž Paternoster

9 Frames Hall, Poljane Grammar School, 2015
Renovation of the entrance hall
Architecture: Svet vmes (Jure Hrovat, Ana Kosi, Ana Kreč)
Photo: Matevž Paternoster

School Landscape, Ledina Grammar School, 2013 Renovation and complete transformation of the unused secondary school entrance into an attractive, multi-purpose, semi-public living room Architecture: Svet vmes (Jure Hrovat, Ana Kosi, Ana Kreč, Tina Rome)

School Landscape, Ledina Grammar School, 2013
Renovation and complete transformation of the unused secondary school entrance into an attractive, multi-purpose, semi-public living room
Architecture: Svet vmes (Jure Hrovat, Ana Kosi, Ana Kreč, Tina Rome)

Pebble Atrium, Poljane Grammar School, 2017 Renovation of the exterior atrium based on the idea of a repetition of the form of oval triangles that look like pebbles Architecture: Svet vmes (Jure Hrovat, Ana Kosi, Ana Kreč, Ognen Arsov, Žiga Rošer in Nejc Florjanc, UL, BF)

Pebble Atrium, Poljane Grammar School, 2017
Renovation of the exterior atrium based on the idea of a repetition of the form of oval triangles that look like pebbles
Architecture: Svet vmes (Jure Hrovat, Ana Kosi, Ana Kreč, Ognen Arsov, Žiga Rošer in Nejc Florjanc, UL, BF)

The complete article is published in Autumn 2017 issue of Piranesi No. 39/Vol. 25.

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