The Slovenian architect Matija Bevk and the Serbian Vasa J. Perovic established their studio in Ljubljana in 1997, where they have built the extension of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, work for which they obtained a special mention as emerging architects in the 2007 edition of the Mies van der Rohe Award.
The Faculty of Mathematics, located in the college campus of the Slovenian capital, has been drawn up as a three-story slab raised on top of the existing two-story building. Its interior spaces combine collective areas – understood as large voids carved out of the building mass – with classrooms, lecture halls, offices and research laboratories. The enclosure is a continuous glass skin, screen printed with different densities of the same pattern to provide lighting conditions appropriate to the specific needs of each room. In contrast, the public and communal areas of the school are totally permeable towards the exterior to offer panoramic views of the city beyond...[+]
University of Ljubljana
Matija Bevk, Vasa J. Perovic
Nika Prešeren, Robert Loher, Maja Valic
Elea Ic (estructura structure)