Architect: Matic Mohar, M. Arch.
Education: Master of Architecture
Current location: Ljubljana, SI
Tokyo, JP 2018-2019
Amsterdam, NL 2017-2018
Ljubljana, SI 2015-2017
Christchurch, NZ 2014-2015
Ljubljana, SI 2014-1991
Matic Mohar studied at the Faculty of Architecture (2018) and worked in as a freelancer
in various different projects before he founded AAb AtelierAbroad architectural office
along with Tjaša Plavec in 2019.
He has worked at Steven Fitzgerald Architecture in Christchurch, New Zealand as an
architecture intern and was a member of the Student Board in his final years of studies.
Whilst finishing his Master's degree, Matic has started his own bussines of Aroma
franchise and worked with Brandground as a freelance graphic designer. He has spent
his summers as a brand manager at Collegium in France, Greece and Croatia since
In 2018 he has attended an architectural workshop as a tutor and a guest lecturer
alongside Tjaša Plavec in Abottabad, Pakistan. He created his own private workshop in
Tokyo, Japan “Architect for a day” and has hold architectural tour guides in Shibuya and
Omotesando in Tokyo.
»I started traveling around the same time as I started my architecture studies. So they've
been going hand in hand for the past 8 years. In the years passed I have been involved
with various non-location dependant projects, AtelierAbroad becoming the pilar of them
Architectural and graphic design freelancer spring 2018
Architectural tourguide, Japan summer 2018- spring 2019
Founder of workshop Architect for a day, Japan autumn2018
Tutor at Archiventure, Pakistan summer 2018
Tour animator at Collegium, France, Greece 2016 – 2017
Co-founder of Brandground, Slovenia autumn 2017
Tour animator at Collegium, Croatia summer 2017
Business owner of Aroma franchise, Slovenia summer 2016
Representative of Student Council, Slovenia 2015 -2016
Member of Student Board, Slovenia 2015 – 2016
Tour animator at Collegium, Croatia summer 2016
Architecture intern at Steven Fitzgerald Architecture, New Zealand year 2015
Network marketing (various projects) 2010-2014
55 countries visited across 6 continents.