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Bevk Perović Arhitekti

Founded in 1997 by Matija Bevk and Vasa J. Perović, Bevk Perović Arhitekti is a multiple-award winning architecture office based in Ljubljana. Well known for its big public housing projects as well as for its broad-mindedly designed private houses located around Slovenia, the office also garnered international recognition by gathering awards and winning several competitions and commissions abroad. The works by Bevk Perović often sport a slightly reserved feel, though paradoxically this doesn't prevent them from usually being very outspoken buildings.

Of their more notable recent ventures, one might mention their plan for the upcoming National and University Library building, the 2017 constructed Islamic Centre in Ljubljana and the Situla Building, a striking mixed-use block built near the main railway station in Ljubljana. Besides designing buildings, they occasionally collaborate with the contemporary lighting manufacturer Vertigo Bird. This particular enterprise also got them praise as well as awards.

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Museum of Architecture and Design

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 (MAO) 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 2017 under the auspices of MAO, the Centre for Creativity was established in order to support Slovenia's cultural and creative sector (CCS).

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. First the selected applicants presented their ideas at the February Matchmaking Conference at MAO where they pitched their ideas, afterwards the Future Architecture programme of exhibitions, conferences, lectures and workshops ran during 2016–2017 across Europe.

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