|Karunova 4 and 6, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 280 1600|
|Fax||386 (0) 1 280 1605|
|Managed by||Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana|
|Municipality of Ljubljana|
|Ana Porok, Curator|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 241 2530|
|Maja Kovač, Public relations|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 241 2538, 386 (0) 70 551 961|
The core of the collection is exhibited in the cylindrical annex which Plečnik had added to his brother's old house between 1923 and 1925. A few years later he had an entrance hall added to the northern side of the house and a winter garden to the southern side. The authentic interiors are preserved just as Plečnik created them, with his own original design of furniture and a wealth of small objects. A spacious garden completes the Plečnik property on the western side of the building.
In September 2013 MGML started a thorough renovation of the Plečnik House and its surrounding. Since September 2015 next to Plečnik Collection a permanent exhibition focused on architect's life and work is on display in the corner building at the Karunova 4, while a study centre is set in the first floor of the house.
After Plečnik's death in 1957, the large collection of the architect's plans and correspondence was entirely preserved by his nephew Karel Matković. In 1970 the house was sold to the City of Ljubljana together with its contents. Two years later the city municipality established the Architecture Museum of Ljubljana at the building. In 1992 most of the departments were moved to the renovated Fužine Castle, yet the Plečnik Collection remained at the Plečnik House. Since 2010 the site has been managed by Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana.
- Plečnik Collection
- Plečnik heritage
- Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
- Museum of Architecture and Design
- Plečnik House website
- Details on the renovation of the Plečnik House
- An excerpt from the Plečnik's letter to Jan Kotĕra, related to the house, 1908
- Plečnik House on Iconichouses.org
- Jože Plečnik on Wikipedia
- The timeless, humanistic architecture of Jože Plečnik in Ljubljana and Prague on the Tentative List of the UNESCO World Heritage