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Cooperative Commercial Bank

This year marks the 140th anniversary of the birth of the architect Ivan Vurnik (1884-1971), who, along with Maks Fabiani and Jože Plečnik, is considered to be the pioneer of Slovenian architecture and the founder of urban planning in Slovenia. The building of the Cooperative Economic Bank, built in 1922, which was comprehensively planned, from the architectural design, paintings, frescoes and stained glass both inside and outside, is an example of the distinctive style that has made the building one of Ljubljana’s architectural icons.

The building will be presented by architects Špela Kuhar and Robert Potokar, authors of the book Stories of Slovenian Architecture and the latest guidebook Slovenia Personally, published by Beletrina.

Open House Slovenia 2024 – Date and time of the guided tours

11:00

Number of places available: 2

Project information

Location of the project:
Miklošičeva 8, Ljubljana
Year of completion:
1922

Team

Main architect / Office:
Ivan Vurnik, Helena Kottler Vurnik
Architecture:
Ivan Vurnik, Helena Kottler Vurnik
Photography:
Robert Potokar, Miran Kambič

Ivan Vurnik – references

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