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The International Master's Programme: 'European Architecture'
2017-01-30_WS04_Ljubljana_Class-04 | Urban Intervention
University-of-Ljubljana_logo

SLOVENIA
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of architecture
30th January – 24th February 2016

revealed layers of ljubljana

The city is revealed in various ways. By the silhouette of the towers on the far horizon, by dimension of city boulevards or by the vibrancy of urban center. We can experience it as a collage of beautiful facades and well- designed squares or as a rich social environment, where urbanity allows a diverse personal interactions. The city is also the space of a collective memory of community. Careful reading offers us the possibility of deeper understanding of the conditions and reasons for its occurrence. Through layers of archeological remains and through footsteps of historical and contemporary architecture, it reveals us its history. When you are open and immersed deep enough you can listen to the story it is telling us. Only then one can feel the city as a whole, understand the logic of its beginning, and align with all its memories without which today it would not be such as it is... And the more we know it, closer it is to us and more we like it...

We are interested in how the first settlers experienced the area of Ljubljana gate, which is a natural strait between Rožnik and Castle hill through which flows river Ljubljanica. What they have identified in this space that have drafted into the network of former roman settlement called Emona? Ljubljana has grown organically on the ground of Emona and today enjoys all the benefits that this location offers. Urban network, positioned between river Ljubljanica, Castle hill and Rožnik hill, extended to the plain of river Sava on north and to the Ljubljana moor on south where it intertwined with natural landscape. The city overgrew slowly the traces of the past. In their urban interventions Slovenian architects Edvard Ravnikar and Jože Plečnik revealed hidden layer of Emona and on the unique way involved it in their work. They revealed archaeological remains and so one still can today through their interventions experience the spatial relations and emptiness on the same way as in former Emona... Arrangements along the roman wall in Mirje, design of Vegova Street, Square of the Republic and Ferantov Garden can be a source of inspiration for us how to deal with the archaeological layer of history of Ljubljana...

Where and how can we reveal layers of roman Emona in existing city structure? What opportunities give hidden layers to contemporary city and its public spaces? How could be layers of the city better understood and deeper experienced?

[Prof. Maruša Zorec]

THE PROGRAMME OF THE WORKSHOP

Monday_30/1/2017_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Welcome meeting and presentation of the workshop
14.00 Architectural tour to Ljubljana city center (presentation of the urban and architectural development, Jože Plečnik, Edvard Ravnikar, etc) and visit of the roman remains
31/1/2017 Individual work on context research 01/2/2017 Individual work on context research

Thursday_2/2/2017_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Discussion meeting
18.00 Lecture on contemporary Slovenian architecture practice
03/2/2017 Individual work on urban scenarios and concepts of intervention 04/2/2016_trip to Gorenjska, NW part of Slovenia, organized by Ljubljana students

Monday_06/2/2017_FA drawing room 38 11.00 1ST PIN-UP PRESENTATION

07/2/2017 Individual work on urban scenarios and concepts of intervention 08/2/2017 Individual work on urban scenarios and concepts of intervention

Thursday_09/2/2017_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Discussion meeting
18.00 Lecture on contemporary Slovenian architecture practice
10/2/2017 Individual work on concept of intervention, development of plan and section 11/2/2017_trip to Primorska, SW part of Slovenia, organized by Ljubljana students

Monday_13/2/2017_FA drawing room 38

15.00 2ND PIN-UP PRESENTATION WITH GUEST CRITIQUE
14/2/2017 Individual work on concept of intervention, development of plan and section 15/2/2017 Individual work on concept of intervention, development of plan and section

Thursday_16/2/2017_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Discussion meeting
18.00 Lecture on contemporary Slovenian architecture practice
17/2/2017 Individual work on plan and section, facades 18/2/2017 Individual work on plan and section, facades

Monday_20/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 3RD PIN-UP PRESENTATION General overview of the PROJECT – site, plans, sections, facades, 3d - studio discussion
21/2/2017 Individual work on plan and section, facades, final model, presentation 22/2/2017 Individual work on plan and section, facades, final model, presentation

Thursday_23/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Final overview of the projects
Printing posters, finalizing model, preparing presentation and setting up the exhibition

Friday_24/2/2016_Plečnik’s room FA 39

14.00 FINAL PRESENTATION, EXHIBITION AND DISCUSSION of the workshop results with guest critiques 20.00 FINAL DINNER students and tutors

PRESENT YOUR PROJECT WITH:

Context research (photos, sketches, situation 1:1000) Urban scenarios (diagrams, situation 1:1000)
Concept of intervention (diagrams, conceptual models) Situation 1:500
Floor plans 1:200
Section 1:200
Façade 1:200
Visualization
Photos of the model
Model 1:200, dim. 100/100 cm
2 posters dim. 100/100 cm Presentation in .pdf or .ppt format

Send final posters and presentation in digital format (.pdf).
For all questions feel free to contact us by mail: prof. Maruša Zorec, asis. Uroš Rustja.
[Programme: Maruša Zorec, 2017-02-13]




The International Master's Programme: 'European Architecture'
2016-02-02_WS04_Ljubljana_Class-03 | Urban Intervention
University-of-Ljubljana_logo

SLOVENIA
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of architecture
1st February – 29th February 2016

Ljubljana_Open City

AIM OF THE WORKSHOP

In the last ten year Ljubljana went through several transformations which liberated existing public spaces for public. The aim of the workshop is to enlarge this approach to some of non-public places with a new proposal for a House of Literature.
Three sites with different contextual specifics should be re-urbanized with an urban intervention – a new public building and by that enable the surroundings to live and connect better through the new programme.

HOUSE OF LITERATURE

is a building for many different users (poets, writers, readers, children, pupils, students, teachers, philosophers, tourists, architecture students...) and events (World literature congress, literature festivals, project Ljubljana reading, project Books and creativity in the field of culture, project Book and the City… Ljubljana, world capital of books). Together with bookshops, book-fairs and library, it promotes reading, writing, books, social and cultural interaction...
Programme of the house: aula (50 people)_spaces for events, presentation, readings, lectures, talks(10-50 people) _bookshop _workshop room _club space _offices _meeting room _storage _small kitchen _coffee _wardrobe _toilets _technical spaces.
2016-02-02 WS04 Ljubljana - Reiseuni Class-03
2016-02-02 WS04 Ljubljana - Reiseuni Class-03

PROGRAMME OF THE WORKSHOP

Monday_1/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Welcome meeting and presentation of the workshop
14.00 Architectural tour around Ljubljana city center (presentation of the urban and architectural development, Jože Plečnik, Edvard Ravnikar, etc) and visit of the sites
18.00 Lecture on presentation technics (models, graphics, etc)
2 – 3/2/2016 Individual work on context research, urban scenarios, concept of intervention

Thursday_4/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Corrections
18.00 Presentation of the past student workshops of Ljubljana students
5 – 6/2/2016 Individual work on context research, urban scenarios, concept of intervention
Saturday_6/2/2016_trip to Gorenjska, NW part of Slovenia

Tuesday_9/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Corrections
9 – 10/2/2016 Individual work on concept of intervention, development of plan and section

Thursday_11/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

16.00 Corrections
18.00 Lecture on contemporary art: Vasa Perović, bevk perovič architects
12 – 13/2/2016 Individual work on concept of intervention, development of plan and section

Monday_15/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

15.00 IN-BETWEEN PRESENTATION of the results with guest critique
16 – 18/2/2016 Individual work on plan, section, facades

Thursday_18/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Corrections
18.00 Lecture on contemporary Slovenian architecture practice
19/2/2016 general overview of the whole PROJECT – site, plans, sections facades, 3d - studio discussion

Monday_22/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Corrections
23 – 25/2/2016 Individual work on posters, final model, presentation

Thursday_25/2/2016_FA drawing room 38

11.00 Final overview of the projects
25-28/2/2016 Printing posters, finalizing model, preparing presentation and setting up the exhibition

Saturday_27/2/2016_Plečnik’s room FA 39

14.00 FINAL PRESENTATION, EXHIBITION AND DISCUSSION of the workshop results with guest critiques
20.00 FINAL DINNER students and tutors

PRESENT YOUR PROJECT WITH:
Context research (photos, situation 1:1000)
Urban scenarios (diagrams, situation 1:1000)
Concept of intervention (diagrams, conceptual models)
Situation 1:500
Floor plans 1:100
Section 1:100
Façade 1:100
Visualization
Photos of the model
Model 1:100, dim. 100/100 cm or 100/140 cm, from white cardboard
2 posters 100/200 cm, vertical
Presentation in .pdf or .ppt format

Send final posters and presentation in digital format (.pdf) to...
For all questions feel free to contact us by mail: prof. Maruša Zorec, asis. Uroš Rustja;