Sadar+Vuga: Designing incompleteness
5-question interview with Jurij Sadar for the architectural magazine The Link
Hendrik Bohle of the architectural magazine THE LINK stopped by our office on his exploration of Ljubljana and did a 5-question interview with Jurij Sadar.
The interview is a part of an extensive exposé on the architecture of Slovenia’s capital, which is freely available online.
Sadar+Vuga XX premieres
Yesterday’s premiere of Sadar+Vuga XX was a success!
Big thank you to everyone involved: Vertigo Produkcija and Damjan Kozole for the film, Cankarjev dom for the organisation of the event, Andreas Ruby for the introductory speech and of course all of our guests who attended yesterday’s screening.
Documentary film Sadar+Vuga XX by studio Vertigo premieres today in Cankarjev dom!
Enjoy the trailer and stay tuned for news about future worldwide screenings.
King’s House construction site update
Construction progresses on the King’s house: the alpine mansion’s extensive roof has been replaced, the western pavillion is being added and even the landscape design is slowly taking shape. See more about the project here.
Documentary film Sadar+Vuga XX
Individual reflections and talks with Slovenian and foreign architects, architectural critics and policy-makers, combined with overviews of the firm’s extensive archives and visits to their largest realisations, document the diverse architectural production with which the office consistently employs to seek out the new in architecture in the new documentary by Damjan Kozole and studio Vertigo.
Sadar+Vuga XX premiers on April 4th in Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana.
SADAR+VUGA’s projects presented at the Architettura Slovena Contemporanea conference
Boštjan Vuga will present the office’s latest projects and its recent focus on re-use in two lectures within a monographic conference organised by the Chamber of architecture Trieste on Friday, March 10th.
Learn more about the lecture here.
SADAR+VUGA selected to participate at Chicago Architecture Biennial
This year’s Biennial will showcase the diversity of work from around the world to examine the underpinnings of the resurgence of historical interest. Titled “Make New History,” this second edition of the Biennial will focus on the efforts—across registers of building and discursive production—of contemporary architects to align their work with versions of history. Learn more at chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org.
Boštjan Vuga at AIT ArchitekurSalon
In the context of AIT ArchitekturSalon’s current exhibition “Nadogradnje, Urban self-regulation in post-Yugoslav cities” in Hamburg, Boštjan Vuga will present a selection of the office’s projects.
The presentation will take place on Thursday, February 23th at 19:30.
Boštjan Vuga takes part at the Luscious Lustrous Ljubljana lecture series at KIT
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie KIT invited six architects from Slovenia to participate in a series of lectures titled Luscious Lustrous Ljubljana. Boštjan Vuga will conclude the series today with the lecture Resue: Two Construction Sites.