Slovenians bag several awards at Balkan Architectural Biennial

Belgrade, 15 December - Slovenian architecture has done well at this year's Balkan Architectural Biennial (BAB), bagging nearly a third of all awards, including the top prizes in three categories, architectural studio Scapelab said in a press release on Friday.

Novo Mesto
The public swimming pool in Češča Vas, one of the architectural projects at the Balkan Architectural Biennial.
Photo: Miran Kambič

Žička Kartuzija
The roof over the ruins of Žička Kartuzija, a former monastery, wins one of the awards at the Balkan Architectural Biennial.
Photo: Miran Kambič

Ljubljana
The interior of L56, a refurbishment of a former industrial hangar on Litostrojska Road in Ljubljana, wins one of the awards at the Balkan Architectural Biennial.
Photo: Spacelab

Bohinjska Bistrica
The new kindergarten in Bohinjska Bistrica wins one of the awards at the Balkan Architectural Biennial.
Photo: Spacelab

Ptuj
A revitalization of an old glassworks and surrounding urban areas in the historical centre of Ptuj wins one of the awards at the Balkan Architectural Biennial.
Photo: Miran Kambič

Ljubljana
An open library at the Vič primary school in Ljubljana wins one of the awards at the Balkan Architectural Biennial.
Photo: Spacelab

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