Home of Revolution

SADAR+VUGA, HHF Architects and local consultant Archicon started to work on their 1st prize winning proposal for the Adaptation and Reconstruction of Dom Revolucije in Nikšić, Montenegro. The proposal takes the existing architecture of Slovenian architect Marko Mušič as a starting point and with pragmatic interventions reinvents it into a new type of urban space.

Boštjan Vuga holds a lecture in Bochum

Hochschule Bochum invited Boštjan Vuga to present SADAR+VUGA’s proposals for the reconstruction and adaptation of two decaying construction sites. The lecture, focused on the projects for Sports park Stožice and Home of Revolution, will be held on Thursday, 17. 11. at 18:00.

Construction of the HoGent’s Building A has begun

Construction works on the New Building for the Studies of Social Work have begun with the demolition of the buildings on site and the excavation of the construction pit.

SADAR+VUGA gets honorary mention for its project of Academy of Fine Arts and Design

SADAR+VUGA designed ther competition entry for the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana to have a strong indentity in its immediate and wider urban surrounding. It is organised as a stimulating, dinamic and interchangeable environment that supports creative and social interactions between students, professors and visitors.

SADAR+VUGA’s Apartment SP awarded with the Interior of the Year 2016 award

Month of Design Ljubljana awarded Apartment SP with the Interior of the Year 2016 award. Read the excrept of the jury’s statement below:
“This apartment is loved by some and hated by others. It is an undeniably integral achievement of interior design, a creation of perfect opposites. On one hand it is cold, sterile and clean and on the other noble, sexual, lavish. The jury was impressed by this contrast. The execution of details and selection of materials received mixed reactions, but triggered a discussion on the importance of integral and well-rounded interiors. This apartment is one of the better integrally finished interiors of the past years.”