Contemporary Slovenian Architecture, Graphic Design, and Textile and Fashion Design

Friday, 10th of June 6-9pm

Overview of Contemporary Slovenian Architecture

This is a presentation of by six young Slovenian architectural firms that are practicing locally in their native Slovenia, as well as internationally, and they all received their additional architectural education abroad. In recent years they have received laudatory reviews, both locally and internationally. What they all have in common is an international education. Before establishing their practices in Slovenia, they have studied in various prominent architectural educational institutions, such as Architectural Association in London, Berlage Institute and UCLA.
The six exhibiting architectural firms are:
Bevk – Perovic Architects (Matija Bevk, Vasa Perovic)
Dekleva – Gregoric Architects (Aljosa Dekleva, Tina Gregoric)
Elastik (Mika Cimolini, Igor Kebel)
Maechtig – Vrhunc Architects (Tomaz Maechtig, Ursa Vrhunc)
Ofis Architects (Rok Oman, Spela Videcnik)
Sadar – Vuga Architects (Jurij Sadar, Bostjan Vuga)

SIX:PACK is a traveling exhibition organized by DESSA (Association of Architects of Slovenia).

Overview of Contemporary Slovenian Textile and Fashion Design

JUST ANGELS – Mateja Benedetti
LOST IN LACE – Metod Cresnar, Olga Kosica
YOU AND I – Zoran Garevski
LAYERING – Tanja Devetak-Gomez
PATH – Urska and Tomaz Draz
PARADISE LOST – Sanja Grcic and Leonora Jakovljevic
VAGABOND – Petra Grmek
ROZA 12. 25. 1953 – Monika Lorber
RITUAL – Vesna Mirtelj and Peter Kostrun
FLYING SLIPPERS – Tjasa Bavcon, Katja Burger, Elena Fajt, Jasmina Fercek, Jana Mrsnik
UNTITLED – Natasha Persuh

ANY SHARP OBJECTS? is a traveling exhibition conceived and organized by Sanja Grcic and Elastik (Mika Cimolini and Igor Kebel).


Overview of Slovenian Graphic Design from 1950s – 1990s
Enjoy playing with the history of Slovenian graphic design!

This exhibition includes some of the most prominent and groundbreaking works of graphic design that have shaped the image of Slovenian visual space through the decades. It also offers a reflection on specific geopolitical and social circumstances.

This exhibit is comprised of an interactive gallery installation, accompanied by a website game and a catalogue in a form of a game as a Memory box.

Conceived by visual artist and graphic designer Martin Bricelj.
Memory Game available at LIPA Gallery

Curated by: Vesna Rebernak