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A young girl is sitting in a cafe and reading an article on a phone. An older man is arguing with his wife, who is in another country. You see a woman jogging and listening to her favorite playlist. Everyone is in the same space, yet are building their own bubbles an imaginary obstacles that [...]
When we hear about sustainability and being self-sufficient, most of the time we think about electric vehicles, smart homes, solar panels, home grown food, environmental friendly working systems, etc. So in a way we think about the idealistic version of being sustainable and self-sufficient or in other words where we want to be. But in [...]
Image 1: Paolo Soleri next to a model of Arcosanti, Source “If you are truly concerned about the problems of pollution, waste, energy depletion, land, water, air and biological conservation, poverty, segregation, intolerance, population containment, fear and disillusionment, join us.” These words are written at the entrance of a city called Arcosanti. It is actually [...]
With the uncertainty surrounding the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, we want to reassure our visitors for the AE2020 across the globe. Atelier Emona 2020 and its executors are constantly and carefully following all instructions and recommendations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MZZ), the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) and the World Health [...]
What are some cool spots in Ljubljana? What should you even expect from the city? The history of Ljubljana is best shown through the city’s streets. The buildings from different time periods and architectural styles tell stories of those who lived in Ljubljana in the past. "Whether you are an admirer of Art Noveau, a sympathizer of brutalist architecture or a modern minimalist, Ljubljana [...]
Ask any child what she wants to be when she grows up, and you will hear all the answers you can think of. From an astronaunt to a butcher, a hairdresser or an architect. We are all constantly aspiring to become someone. I cant tell you if that someone will stay the same or if [...]
I grew up at a time when normal working hours meant you got up at dawn, came to work at 7am and you stayed there diligently until 3pm. Growing up in Slovenia, our parents were normally home something past three and we had a habit of eating around four, when the families generally gathered around [...]
A glass of water. A cup of coffee. A pencil. A black marker. A red marker. And a massive pile of random papers from the current project, including several (un)necessary test prints, a ton of sketches, some containing crucial notes you made during the meeting, and a couple of papers from a project your friend [...]
Solo = for or done by one person alone; unaccompanied. Team = a group of people with a full set of complementary skills required to complete a task, job, or project Two dictionary extraction and one question- What sounds better, stronger and more reliable to you? It is a solid fact, architecture is team working. [...]
01 “I think this building is ugly.” Be advised that by saying this you shall open a major discussion (read lecture) why there is no such word as ugly when it comes to design. How “ugly” and “beautiful” are naive phrasings when describing a building and how correct comments should be about the connections of [...]