Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti
4 Dec 2018
Austria Vienna Depot
Plečnik, the City and Me, a public discussion featuring also Tina Gregorič (Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti) and Boris Podrecca, supported by Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA) (Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna),
3 Apr 2017
9 Apr 2017
Italy Milan Galleria San Fedele
1 Dec 2016
United Kingdom London AA Bookshop
28 May 2016
27 Nov 2016
Italy Venice Arsenale
17 Aug 2015
18 Oct 2015
Czech Republic Prague Prague Castle
9 Dec 2014
Germany Cologne AKöln Faculty of Architecture
9 May 2014
Croatia Split Society of Architects
25 Feb 2014
Croatia Zagreb Faculty of Architecture
10 Oct 2013
27 Oct 2013
Romania Bucharest,Mogoşoaia Ştirbei Palace and Mogoşoaia Palace
Presentation of architecture projects by Andrej Černigoj, Kombinat Architects, Enota Architects, Ravnikar-Potokar Architecture Bureau, Mojca Gregorski, Ajda Vogelnik Saje, Arhitektura d.o.o., Bevk Perović Arhitekti, Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti, OFIS Arhitekti, SADAR + VUGA Architects, Peter Gabrijelčič, Boštjan Gabrijelčič and Tomaž Budkovič within the Trans(ap)parencies thematic exhibition at the 2013 East Centric Architecture Triennial
15 Sep 2013
8 Jun 2013
Serbia Belgrade Museum of Contemporary Art
3 Jun 2013
7 Jun 2013
In May 2016 their Home at Arsenale project was presented at the Slovenian Pavilion of the 15th International Venice Architectural Biennale. The project sees the team reimagine the library as a space, and was made in collaboration with the Museum of Architecture and Design.
The works of Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti have been showcased at various exhibitions both in Slovenia and abroad, and have received a great deal of coverage in books, architectural magazines, and online publications. Their first international breakthrough project was the XXS House (eXtra-eXtra-Small House) in Ljubljana. It was awarded the Silver Plate – European Architecture Award Luigi Cosenza in 2004 and led WALLPAPER* magazine to name the duo the Best Breakthrough Designers of 2005.
A number of highly-acclaimed projects followed, including a private luxury residence in Hawaii called the Clifftop House Maui (2006); the steel and concrete Metal-Recycling Plant (2008) in Pivka; the Razgledi Perovo Housing neighbourhood (2009) in Kamnik; a family home called the Compact Karst House (2014); and their imaginative design for the Livade University Campus of the University of Primorska (2016).
The list of international awards and nominations given to Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti over the years is extensive, and includes the aforementioned Silver Plate and the Wallpaper* Award; the 40 under 40 Award from the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies (2009); and the International Architecture Award 2009, presented by the Chicago Athenaeum. They also took second prize at the AIT Awards and the International Architecture Awards 2012. The firm was Highly Commended for the 21 for 21 World Architecture News Awards in 2012. Lastly, it has been nominated multiple times for the Mies van den Rohe Award.
Awards on a national scale include two Golden Pencil Awards and the Plečnik Award in 2008. They received the Interior of the Year 2009 award at the Month of Design in 2009. And in 2014, Aljoša and Tina mentored a design research group that went on to receive the Best Collaboration Award at the Biennial of Design (BIO).
Academic and publishing activities
In addition to their architectural practice, Tina and Aljoša have formed an international architectural network called RAMTV and co-authored a book on mass-customisation in housing entitled Negotiate My Boundary! It was published by Architectural Association Publications in 2002, and was later re-issued by Birkhauser. Home, a book presenting the duo's innovative residential projects and design philosophy, was published by Dutch publisher Ideal in 2016.
The pair have worked as visiting lecturers and critics at the Architectural Association London, the Technical University Graz Austria, University of Ljubljana, IUAV Venice, Akademie der Kunste Berlin, University of Napoli Italy, DWM Mexico and a number of other institutions. Aljoša is Programme Director of the AA Visiting School Slovenia and was a guest professor of architecture at UdeM, Montreal, Canada. Tina is a professor of architecture at TU Wien, Austria.
- Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti website
- Home Project at the Venice Biennial of Architecture
- RAMTV Network website
- Housing Perovo in A10 magazine
- Article on Venice Biennale project at Deezeen magazine
- Article on the metal recycling plant at PhotoPhore
- Article about the Maui Roof House at Architecture Lab
- Article about the Compact Karst House at ArchDaily
- Article about the Livade University Campus