Established in 1999 by Miloš Florjančič, A.biro initially comprised a team of three architects (Miloš Florjančič, Matej Blenkuš and Jerneja Fischer Knap), later on expanding. The current team are Matej Blenkuš and Miloš Florijančič, heads of the practice, Katja Cimperman, Vita Kobal, Andreja Pikelj and Anja Cvetrežnik.
A.biro engages in all kind of projects, urban planning excluded. The team engages in around 15-20 architectural projects annually, carrying out projects around Slovenia, from Maribor to the coast.
A.biro's most significant projects include the 'Chinese Wall' Hotel Park Restaurant adaptation, the interior of Glass Gallery Glezia, the Jakopič Gallery adaptation, Family House F, Family House H, Bovška hiša, Vila na Skalci interior design, Ljubljana Bus Station, the New Sarabon car park, the Grosuplje Public Library, Mozaik building, renovation of the Bogenšperk castle, Šentpeter garage building, Imparo office building, Brinje housing and the Vertikala office building.
One of its projects - the Šmartinka Multipurpose Building - has been featured in the Pahidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture.
At the end of 2015, the Nordic Centre Planica was inaugurated, the joint project of the Studio AKKA (landscape, including the lay-out of infrastructure and cross country lanes), STVAR Architects (service and performance buildings, pavilion) and the A.biro that newly designed the ski jumps and bridges. For their work, they received the TREND Award 2015 for outstanding achievements in visual creativity.
A late summer view of a few of the ski jumping hills in the Nordic Center Planica, the sports objects designed by A.biro, the landscape architecture AKKA Studio, 2014. An airial view of the Nordic Center Planica, designed by Studio AKKA, A.biro and Stvar Architects, 2015. A newly-constructed pavilion opened in 2016 houses also a Planica Museum. In the background, on the left side the 'Gorišek Brothers Ski Flying Hill' built in 1969, while the 'Bloudek Giant' is seen on the right-hand side. The latter was finished in 1934, when it also claimed its first world record. The Nordic Centre Planica with the Čaplja service building designed by the STVAR architects, 2016 The Nordic Centre Planica complex opened in 2015, the service and performance buildings designed by the STVAR architects, 2016 Ski jumping hills in Planica, a complex being designed by Studio AKKA (landscape architecture) and A.biro (ski jumps and bridges), with the adjacent buildings by STVAR architects, 2015