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Museum of Architecture and Design

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The Architecture Museum of Ljubljana was established in 1972 by the Municipality of Ljubljana. In April 2010 the management of the museum was transferred from the city to the state. Under the new name the Museum of Architecture and Design is the central Slovene museum for architecture, town planning, industrial and graphic design, and photography. Since 1992 the Museum is located at Fužine Castle.

Since 1972 the Secretariat of the Biennial of Design (BIO) (formerly known as Biennial of Industrial Design) operates under the aegis of the museum. In 2014, for its 50th anniversary, a completely new curatorial practice was implemented: the 24th Biennial of Design (BIO 50) has taken a collaborative approach, considering actual changes in the way people nowadays co-work and co-create. The international design exhibition was curated by Jan Boelen.

In 2015 the MAO launched the Future Architecture Platform, with an aim of communicating the social, environmental, economic and design potentials of architecture to the widest possible audiences across Europe. The open call was open to architects as well as to urban planners, curators, landscape architects, designers, artists, filmmakers, etc. The selected applicants present their ideas at the February Matchmaking Conference at MAO where they pitch their ideas. The Future Architecture programme of exhibitions, conferences, lectures and workshops will run between 1 March and 31 October 2016 across Europe.

ARK Arhitektura Krušec

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As both personal and business partners Lena Krušec and Tomaž Krušec founded the architectural office ARK Arhitektura Krušec in 2002; Vid Kurinčič has been a member of the team since 2004. They graduated at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, where Tomaž later worked as an assistant, and since 2010 holds lectures as a professor. Today ARK Arhitektura Krušec is one of the most acknowledged Slovene studios, presenting good practices in contemporary and sustainable architecture, collecting prestigious prizes, and gaining international recognition – the Farewell chapel at Teharje cemetery was nominated for the 2009 Mies van der Rohe Prize, the New market in Celje was selected among 40 projects for the 2010 European Prize for Urban Public Space and shortlisted for 2011 Mies van der Rohe Prize.

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