Ravnikar-Potokar Architecture Bureau

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Ravnikar-Potokar arhitekturni biro d.o.o.
Gregorčičeva ulica 9, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 422 4740
Fax386 (0) 1 422 4744
Robert Potokar

Past Events

Ravnikar-Potokar Architecture Bureau was founded in 2003 by architects Vojteh Ravnikar (1943–2010) and Robert Potokar. The two worked under KARS in Sežana and ARHE in Ljubljana before going independent. Vojteh Ravnikar was a central figure of architecture culture in Slovenia. He played a key role in establishing the Piranesi Foundation and Piran Days of Architecture.

From 2003 to 2010 the bureau consisted of its two eponymous founders. Since Ravnikar's death in 2010, it has grown to include a number of architects and external partners with the aim of covering a broad range of activities, from architectural planning to interior design and urbanism. This scale has enabled the studio to successfully carry out a number of large, complex projects throughout Slovenia.


Ravnikar-Potočnik's porfolio includes many large-scale projects for municipal and governmental clients: senior centres in Ljubljana (2009), Idrija (2011) and Hodoš (2011); schools and educational facilities in Celje (2005), Kamnik (2014), and Litija (2014); and various other public use projects, such as the France Bevk Library in Nova Gorica (2000), the revamped Kolezija swimming pool complex in Ljubljana (2015), and functional buildings at the Skočjanski Zatok Nature Reserve in Koper (2016).

The studio has also designed a number of office buildings, including the Masarykova F2 office building in Ljubljana (2007), for which it was awarded the Golden Pencil Award.

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