Housing: Spatial, Social and Material
Join us for an online lecture with Aljoša Dekleva of Dekleva Gregorič Architects.
In this lecture, Aljoša will discuss spatial, social and material aspects of collective living through research projects, including the Home at Arsenale, the Slovenian pavilion in Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, and recently built projects, including Housing Novo Brdo in Ljubljana.
The lecture will be moderated by Dr Djordje Stojanovic, Senior Lecturer in Architectural Design for the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne.
About the speaker
Dekleva Gregorič Architects is a Ljubljana-based architecture studio established by Aljoša Dekleva and Tina Gregorič in 2003. Their design approach attempts to pursue the concept of ‘research by design’ and ‘design by research’ spanning on several modes (spatial, social, material, historical...), different scales and programs as well as diverse climates and localities.
The understanding of specific constrains and conditions of the context becomes the ultimate generative tool that aims to challenge the obvious and to propose specific response. They utilize a systematic design approach to establish an intense structuring of space and to challenge the use of materials by exposing their primary natures.
The user’s experience of architecture and participation is practice’s central objective. The topics of new collectivity, sharing, participation and collaboration frame the social position of architecture that aims to stimulate new interaction with the users or between the users and encourage users’ participation in the design process and customization to users’ needs.
This lecture will be held online via zoom webinar on Tuesday 15 August 2023 at 6:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. To check the date and time of this lecture against your time zone, click this link and enter your city.