S+V has been invited to a competition to design a new business building for the largest Slovenian energy company and importer – Petrol Group.
How can an architectural design of a building stimulate the corporate culture of Petrol and add to the well-being and happiness of the people who work there?
We designed a new building of the modern corporation with Petrol’s slogan ‘Energy for Life‘ in mind while using three starting points; community, knowledge and body as a base strategy . The design of the building and the activities that happen in it encourage movement and balance of the work process and the physical needs of employees.
The new Petrol office building will enable a stimulating working and living environment, professional and social interactions as well as unexpected situations. It will definitely not be a boring building and its image in the city will represent a dynamic and ever-changing working environment. Working in such an environment would represent a new experience, adventure, and passion. It promotes inclusion and participation in a professional environment and a company itself.
Boštjan Vuga is one of one hundred architects featured in the project One Object. 100 Architects. And Inspiration
Latvian designer Anna Butele explores the notion of inspiration in a levitating installation: 100 works materialize from a collaborative experimental project. Drawings, graphics, photographs, and models by renowned architects from 28 countries form a chain—each contribution is a reaction inspired by the previous work.
AEDES Gallery in Berlin, Germany is hosting an exhibition of the project in parallel to the upcoming publication of the book. The opening ceremony of the exhibition will take place on Friday, August 16 at 6:30 pm.
Read more about it here.
Construction drone footage of Sports Hall shows the project is evolving at high speed
An obsession with perspective isn’t anything new to architecture, but increasingly, there’s a new point of view that’s changing our views of real estate, design and buildings. Drone videos are offering a clearer view of a relatively complex and crowded building site and can only help us, architects, organizers and planners.
Video shows the early stages of construction of the Sports Hall Extension. This is our second project out of three in the University Campus in Gent, Belgium.
More photos and videos coming in the future.
WE MOVED! Sadar+Vuga W1
In the wake of substantial 2019 growth, Sadar+Vuga is proud to announce that we have just moved to a new office location, to an iconic building from the 1930ies, in the very heart of Ljubljana. We are thrilled to work in a new kind of workspace — one that is filled with daylight, offers sweeping views of Ljubljana’s main historical attractions and allows us to add more facilities to serve our clients better.
Our new office address is:
Wolfova 1, 1000 Ljubljana – SI
Our office/fax number will remain the same as +386 1 430 56 64.
We look forward to seeing you and we thank everyone for their support through the years and with the move.
Introducing! Neighbourhood of twin houses Sinja Gorica – Our response to Slovenian dream home
Where is the twist when dealing with suburban living, generic location, generic brief and what people like?
We found an answer in designing the houses as »dreams« of a young, urban family inspired by well-known imagery and patterns of suburbia – hayracks, outbuildings, workshop canopies and self-made facades. Playing with them, changing them and giving them a completely new meaning. Nothing is completely new or in excess, but the houses are still unique.
Vita Grmovšek for Ambienti TV Show on King’s House renovation for which SADAR+VUGA received the prize for Plečnik Medal nomination in 2018
The complex renovation of the King’s House is conceived as a place of socializing with a superb culinary experience and all the comforts of a modern clubhouse. It focuses on the architectural qualities of the 1930ies aristocratic mansion with the aim to become the most prestigious golf clubhouse in the region.
Enjoy the clip and stay tuned for news about future projects.
Are you our next intern?
Are you our next senior architect?
YES, we are hiring !
SADAR+VUGA is looking for new talents to join us; experienced and inexperienced ones. You will work on different projects in all design development phases. Proficiency with the ACAD, ArchiCAD, 3D Rhino, Vray and Adobe Creative Suite, are required.
Get in touch with us if you are interested in our open positions, or simply send us an open application including your CV and portfolio to email@example.com.
Boštjan Vuga for RTV’s Saturday’s Journal (RTV,Sobotni Dnevnik) on Expo 2020
Preparations for the Expo are a symptom of Slovenia’s development. Sadar+Vuga designed a project for the first Slovenian pavilion back in 2000 for Expo Hannnover. Plot was reserved. The project was selected in a public tender but unfortunately terminated due to financial matters.
Boštjan Vuga – Curator of Big SEE Architectural Visionary 2019 Award
BIG SEE Architecture Award – Inspirational Visionary is intended to reward exceptional personalities who enrich and inspire architectural production, shift the boundaries in architecture and encourage creative forces in Southeast Europe. Boštjan Vuga, curator of the award will participate in a ”Visionaries Talk” as a moderator between this year’s winners Dijana Vučinić, Andrija Rusan and Janez Koželj.
Festival BIG Architecture // April 17th, 2019 // City of Design, Ljubljana
Join the VISIONARIES TALK at 6.00 PM
More info: BIG SEE festival
Meet HELGA in Milan Design Week
HELGA Wine Rack will be taking part in the ‘We Are Open !’ exhibition at Ventura Futures at the 2019 Milan Design Week. Arranged by The Centre for Creativity, Slovenia, exhibition We Are Open! showcases the best of Slovenian designs, designers and furniture producers with a focus on sustainability and innovation. It’s 100% SLO – meaning; made only with high-quality local ingredients.
Tuesday, April 9th, 2019
at 1:00 PM
BIO 26 TALK – 26th Biennial of Design, Ljubljana
at 3:00 PM
See you during the Salone del Mobile / 9–14 April, 2019