S+V XX screening at Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam

On Sunday, October 8, Damjan Kozole’s SADAR+VUGA XX documentary premieres in Netherlands at the ninth edition of the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam. AFFR promotes S+V XX as the movie essay on one of the most influential offices in Slovenia that inspires a universal debate on the relationship between film, cities, and architecture. Find out more about the event here

 

S+V XX screening and a discussion at Oris House of Architecture

On September 21, the Oris House of Architecture promotes Damjan Kozole’s Sadar+Vuga XX documentary. The screening in Zagreb, Croatia is followed by the discussion with Boštjan Vuga and Oris’ editor Maroje Mrduljaš. Find out more about the event here

 

The drawing: Reuse of Home of Revolution a joint contribution of SADAR+VUGA, HHF and Dijana Vučinić to the CAB

SADAR+VUGA, HHF, and Dijana Vučinić present the map drawing of the project Reuse of Home of Revolution in Nikšić Montenegro at Chicago Architectural Biennal, Make New History from September 2017 through January 2018. The map drawing of 3.8m x 2,5m consists of three layers which construct the history of the site: the first layer is the ground floor construction drawing by Marko Mušič, upon which a construction of the building started in 1978. The second layer represents the mapping of the unfinished construction site/ruin in 2016 which serves as the base for the 3rd layer of current reuse proposal. The drawing depicts the building transformation from the unfinished construction site to the safe, covered public space.

S+V XX Spanish premiere

‘SADAR + VUGA XX’ world tour premieres at Santander, Spain.

Studio Vertigo’s ‘SADAR+VUGA XX’ from the Official Documentary Competition Selection was screened in Santander Festival FICARQ yesterday. The Fifth Festival of Cinema and Architecture FICARQ encourages exploration in the architectural discipline through the cinematic eye. Following the distinct impression that ‘SADAR+VUGA XX’ left at Santander public, the documentary continues the world tour.

The Home of Revolution recap

The project of the reconstruction and adaptation of the Home of Revolution successfully concludes with the presentation in Podgorica, Montenegro. The the first out of five reconstruction phases is aimed to be realized in the autumn.

Find out more about the project completed in collaboration with  HHF Architects and local consultant Archicon here

 

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

SADAR+VUGA’s project Sports Hall Stožice is presented in the Architecture Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, from  June 13th till  August 20th. The exhibition’s unique focus on construction coordination drawings is curated by Farshid Moussavi.

Find out more : https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhi…/summer-exhibition-2017

SOAG construction site update

The rapid progress on the New Building for the Study of Social Work is enabled by large prefabricated concrete building blocks, tensioned on site. Yesterday, the tendons were put in the slab above ground floor. One down, three more to go!

You can learn more about the project, developed in collaboration with LENS°ASS, here.

King’s House construction site update

With the facade finished, the alpine mansion needs only a few more external finishing touches. Simultaneously, interior and landscape are taking shape. We are anxiously anticipating the opening day of this luxurious club house at Golf Bled.

See more about the project here.

Sadar+Vuga: Designing incompleteness

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Boštjan Vuga: “We test constantly. We like to test ideas that we discarded a decade ago, believing they will not work. This drives us and enables us to produce diverse work: we don’t have a particular style and this is our advantage. Our style is the ‘absence of style’. This makes our projects recognisable.”
 
Read Vesna Milek‘s extensive interview with Jurij Sadar and Boštjan Vuga for Delo.

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.

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