BRUTO - Landscape Architecture and Design Studio

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BRUTO - krajinska arhitektura in oblikovanje prostora
http://www.bruto.si
matej.kucina@bruto.si
Galičeva 30, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 232 2195
Fax386 (0) 1 232 2197
RegionSI-1
Matej Kučina, Head
matej.kucina@bruto.si
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BRUTO landscape architecture studio was founded by Matej Kučina in 2004 and prides itself on a holistic, multidisciplinary approach emphasising the role of space in site-specific designs that achieve both visual appeal and everyday functionality. BRUTO's work covers a broad range of indoor and outdoor spaces, including public parks and recreation areas, memorial sites, retail spaces and infrastructure projects.

Background

After graduating from the Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Ljubljana in 1995, Matej Kučina undertook further studies in landscape architecture and environmental planning at Utah State University in the United States. In 1996, he worked in the office of P Walker, W Johnson and Partners in Berkeley, California. In 2002, he co-founded Scapelab, a laboratory for spacial operations, with architect Marko Studen.

Projects

BRUTO landscape architecture's work includes several highly visible projects at locations throughout Slovenia: outdoor areas at the BTC shopping centre in Ljubljana (2016), Orhidelia Wellness Centre in Podčetrtek (2009), the walkway to Bled Castle (2011), the Markovec Tunnel and surrounding area on the highway to Koper (2015), and the extensive renovation of Čufarjev trg, the main square in Jesenice (2003).

The studio's work also features an ongoing, enumerated series of residential landscape projects for private clients.

Awards

BRUTO landscape architecture received the Golden Pencil Award in two categories in 2010: for the Šentvid Park in Ljubljana (public space category) and for the Orhidelia Wellness Centre (public building category). Another hotel project in Podčetrtek, Hotel Sotelia, received the highest honours available to Slovenian architects when it was completed in 2006: the Golden Pencil Award, the Piranesi Award and the Plečnik Award.


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Bruto Landscape Architecture and Design Studio projects

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