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Computer History Museum C111

In a commercial building in Šiška, designed in the 1960s by the Slovenian architect Miloš Bonča, a new Computer Museum was established. The pavilion-type modernist building has lost its character over time with a series of inadequate interventions. Therefore, the authors »cleaned« the building of all previous renovations and re-established the transparency of the façade, which allows a visible connection between the street and the square and park behind it. The relationship between old and new is indicated by interventions in blue. The design hints at the futuristic character of the museum.

Project information

Location of the project:
Celovška cesta 111, Ljubljana
Year of completion:
2019
Area:
680m2
Investor:
Marko Štamcar

Team

Main architect / Office:
BAAM arhitekti
Architecture:
BAAM arhitekti
Interior:
BAAM arhitekti, Društvo Računalniški muzej (premična oprema prostorov)
Photography:
Blaž Jamšek, BAAM arhitekti
Main contractor:
Montaža Škerjanec d.o.o.
Other contractors and suppliers:

Montaža Škerjanec d.o.o. (Construction work)

Arcadia d.o.o. (Lighting design)

I.S.P. d.o.o. (Mechanical installations)

Enering INT d.o.o. (Electrical installations)

PROARC d.o.o. (Construction engineering)

KUB d.o.o., Alu 2 m s.p., Montaža Škerjanec d.o.o. (Roofing, tinkering)

Alu 2 m s.p. (Windows, doors)

Šenk pohištvo d.o.o. (Furnishings)

Arcadia d.o.o. (Lighting)

KUB d.o.o. (Fences)

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