A new documentary looks at the history and work of one of Slovenia’s best known architectural practices.
What do Stožice Stadium, the clubhouse at Bled Golf Course and the Butchers Bridge in Ljubljana have in common?
They were all designed by the brilliantly creative minds of Sadar & Vuga, one of the best-known and highly regarded Slovenian architectural firms. Now first the first time, archive material covering the progress and work of the company since its creation in 1996 is to be released as a documentary.
The company, which was founded in 1996 by Jurij Sadar and Boštjan Vuga, first gained success winning a competition with their design for the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce, and then one for the main part of the National Gallery. Since then the firm has gone from strength to strength, becoming known for designing some truly memorable buildings, and for influencing new generations of architects and making a significant contribution to Slovenian design culture.
The film will be premiered in Ljubljana on 4 April.