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Zagreb and Ljubljana based KatušićKocbek Arhitekti is a medium sized office, with licensed architects in both countries.
Personal involvement is the way we approach all of our projects, whether they are small or large, corporate is not our issue.
BIM software and Autodesk Revit platform enables us to flexibly expand with our cluster partners, into a large office. Using Revit we are able to offer the best control in all the phases of the project, from design all the way to the execution.
Experience with a complex projects like laboratories and hospitals is one of our strengths.
A self-sustainable design approach in our office is a given.

SLOVENSKA BOULEVARD NOMINATED FOR THE MIES VAN DER ROHE AWARD 2017

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 8

European Commission and Fundació Mies van der Rohe announced the list of nominees for the EU Mies Award 2017 and we are pleased to announce that Slovenska Boulevard is included in the prestigious selection. The project was developed in collaboration with Dekleva Gregorič arhitekti, Sadar+Vuga arhitekti, Scapelab and Studio Krištof.
Slovenska Boulevard

  • AWARDS / EXHIBITIONS / LECTURES

  • 2016. - Golden pencil award for Slovenska street, Ljubljana, (award - Chamber of Architecture and Spatial planning of Slovenia)
  • 2016. - Family hotel Hvar, Island of Hvar, Croatia, invited competition 1st prize
  • 2014. - Main square nad the Park of Novigrad Diocese, competition 1st prize
  • 2013. - Exhibition, Ljubljana architectural Association
  • 2013. - Golden pencil award for Pavilion Dojmi (Chamber of Architecture and Spatial planning of Slovenia)
  • 2013. - Urban design, Town of Križ, Croatia, prize
  • 2012. - Lecture, "Life and Architecture" conference University of Pecs, Hungary
  • 2011. - Exhibition, Ljubljana architectural Association
  • 2011. - Exhibition, Vision SO 07, More City, less Traffic, Ljubljana Slovenia
  • 2011. - Lecture on the GIS conference Bucharest, Romania
  • 2010. - Exhibition, Block conference, Belgrade Serbia
  • 2010. – Nominated for the Mies van der Rohe European prize for architecture
  • 2010. - Lectures : 10th days of Oris, Zagreb ; University of Pecs, Hungary ; BLOK conference, Belgrade, Serbia
  • 2010. - Pecha Kucha night Zagreb, V10
  • 2010. - Military hospital Ain Naadja Algiers, competition 1st prize
  • 2009. - Exhibition, Ljubljana architectural Association
  • 2009. - Nominated "Mies van der Rohe" prize for contemporaray architecture
  • 2009. - Exhibition, Piran days of architecture, Piran Slovenia
  • 2009. - 47th Zagreb architectural salon, 2nd price
  • 2009. - Lecture on the WAF, Barcelona festival
  • 2009 – Awarded – Best Building of the year in Croatia « Viktor Kovacic award »
  • 2009 – Awarded – WAF Best building of the world in Civic and community category
  • 2009 – Nominated for the contractworld award Hannover, shortlisted (9)
  • 2009 - Pecha Kucha night Ljubljana, T5 project space, V9
  • 2009. - Urban design and nautical Marina, Duilovo, Split Croatia, competition 1st prize
  • 2008. - Exhibition, Piran days of architecture, Slovenia
  • 2008. - Lectures : Piranesi conference, Piran Slovenia ; Rijeka architects association
  • 2008. - Urban design og Lugovoe (17.000 inhabitants), Kaliningrad Russia, competition 1st prize
  • 2008. - Housing plan Getaldićeva Zagreb, competition 1st prize
  • 2008. - Zagreb Central court building, competition 2nd prize
  • 2007. - Exhibition, 3rd Rotterdam architectural biennal, Sweet Water
  • 2007. – Nominated for the Croatian interior design award « Bernardo Bernardi »
  • 2007. - Zagreb architects association
  • 2007. - Urban and architectural design Svačićeva poljana, Split, competition 3rd prize
  • 2006. - Exhibition, New Lighthouses, Klovićevi dvori Zagreb
  • 2006. - Exhibition Wonderland - Zagreb, Ljubljana, Vienna
  • 2006. - Beach design, Zlatni Rat, Bol, Island of Brač, competition 1st prize
  • 2006. - Handball Center, Svetice Zagreb, Honorable mention
  • 2005. - Exhibition Streaming, Museum Quartier Vienna
  • 2005. - Exhibition, 2nd Rotterdam architectural biennial, The Flood
  • 2004. - Emergency Terminal Zagreb, competition 1st price
  • 2004. - Ina petrol station design, and identity, competition 2nd prize
  • 2003. - Housing urban plan, POS Spansko Zagreb, competition 3rd prize
  • 2003. - Urban plan Pragrande, Pula and Olympic swimming pool, city of Pula, competition, 1st prize
  • 2002. - Ribarska street and mixed use building in Osijek, competition, 1st prize
  • PUBLICATIONS / BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • 2015.-OUTSIDER (Slovenia), No.02, Summer 2015, Manifest prometne politike mesta, Nina Granda, B. Matić
  • 2014. - ORIS (Croatia), No. 90/2014, BAS office extension, Archetypes of Contemporaneity, Matevž Granda
  • 2014. - A10 (The Netherlands), No. 11/12, START - Transformed park and square Novigrad - Cittanova, Ivan Dorotić
  • 2014. - PIRANESI (Slovenia), No.34 vol.22, Zagreb Metropolitan City Hall, Davor Katušić
  • 2013. - ab (Slovenia), No. 12/2013, No. 197-198, Slovenska street Ljubljana
  • 2012. - PIRANESI (Slovenia), No.31/2012, Architecture as a Device for the Town, as Accentuation and Reinforcement of the Town, Idis Turato
  • 2012. - ORIS (Croatia), No. 78/2012, New Roof for City Living Room, Tadej Glažar
  • 2012. - C3 (Korea), No.336, Zagreb Emergency Terminal
  • 2011. - A10 (The Netherlands), 10/11, Accident and Emergency service building, Maja Vardijan
  • 2010. - EXE (France), No. 2, Sterile Multitude, Nadege Mevel
  • 2010. - ORIS (Croatia), 4th SPECIAL ISSUE, House or Home, Alan Kostrenčić
  • 2010. - ALPRAJZ (Hungary) 2/2010, Elosegely-dobos (Mashol)
  • 2010. - D-LUX MAGAZINE (Italija), April 7/2010, Luce d'emergenza
  • 2010. - DB (Deutsche Bauzeitung), 04/2010, Notfallzentrum, R.J. Loher
  • 2012. - ZAGREB ARCHITECTURAL GUIDE 1898-2010, Aleksandar Laslo
  • 2009. - A10 (The Netherlands), 11/12 2009., Accident and Emergency building Zg, Maja Vardijan
  • 2009. - HIŠE (Slovenia). 55/2009, 94 Calls!, Mattea K. Panter
  • 2009. - ČOVJEK I PROSTOR (Man and Space, Croatia), 5/6 2009., New Urban Landmark, Renata Margaretić Urlić
  • 2009. - ORIS (Croatia), 57/2009, A step Ahead of Social Reality, Maroje Mrduljaš
  • 2009. - PROJEKT (Croatia) 14/2009, Vine cellar Kozlović, Maroje Mrduljaš
  • 2009. - LANDSCAPES OF TRANSITION / AN OPTIMISTIC DECADE OF CROATIAN ARCHITECTURE, published by UHA, UPI-2M books ans Sun Publishers
  • 2008. - PROJEKT (Croatia) 09/2008, Emergency Terminal Zagreb, Maroje Mrduljaš
  • 2008. - MINIMARLIKTA MALZEME (Turska), 8/2008, Tarz Sahibi Cepheler, Ilkay Ongun
  • 2008. - DB (Deutsche Bauzeitung), 01-02/2008, Erleben von gemeinschaft und individualitaet, by Maroje Mrduljaš, d.i.a., translation Vesna Holzner
  • 2007. - ČOVJEK I PROSTOR (Man and Space, Croatia), 11-12/2007, The City's Living Room, Ivana Haničar Buljan
  • 2007. - ČOVJEK I PROSTOR (Man and Space, Croatia), 7-8/2007, Multydisciplinary Reflection On The Past, Anamarija Hucika
  • 2007. - ORIS (Croatia), 43/2007, Mise En Scene Architecture, Maroje Mrduljaš
  • 2006. - ČOVJEK I PROSTOR (Man and Space, Croatia), 3-4/2006, Experiences, Tonči Žarnić
  • 2006. - ČOVJEK I PROSTOR (Man and Space, Croatia), 1-2/2006, New Protagonists, Maroje Mrduljaš
  • 2006. - CROATIAN ARHIPELAGO NEW LIGHTHOUSES , publisher: Berlage Institute, co-publisher Croatian Architect'c Association, producer: Coastline Office, Rotterdam 2006, "Sweet Water"






VACANCIES

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  • JASENOVAC CLASSROOM

  • Education, Misc.
  • 2006
  • Jasenovac, Croatia

Project data

AUTHORS:
DAVOR KATUŠIĆ
JANA KOCBEK
JURI ARMANDA
KARL GEISLER
MARTINA LJUBIČIĆ

CLIENT: MINISTRY OF EDUCATION REPBLIC OF CROATIA
TOTAL AREA: 200 m2
COMPLETION: 2007

PROJECT TEAM:
ROBERT FRANJO
SENKA SKENDEROVIĆ

PHOTO:
DAMIR FABIJANIĆ
DANILO BALABAN

Croatia tries to shed light on dark chapter in its history

By Nicholas Wood / International Herald Tribune

Published: November 27, 2006

JASENOVAC, Croatia: As histories of the Holocaust go, that of the concentration camp at Jasenovac probably ranks among the most brutal and certainly the most disputed.

Almost everyone agrees that the Nazi puppet regime that ruled Croatia from 1941 to 1945 imprisoned hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Jews, Gypsies and opponents here and in dozens of other camps and that many, many prisoners were killed.

But in the 61 years since the camp was closed, successive governments have written and rewritten history. Communist and nationalist rulers, Serbs and Croats, each pursuing their own ideological goals, have apportioned blame differently and alternately exaggerated or downplayed the number of those killed.

On Monday, Croatia opened a new museum in Jasenovac, a memorial regarded by many inside and outside the country as a test of this young state – which declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, fought the Serbs over that for four years, and is now trying to get into the European Union – and its ability both to set aside and set straight its 20th-century history.

 

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