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Plecnik’s Collection, Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana

The Plečnik collection is a monument of national significance consisting of a complex of Plečnik’s houses at 4–6 Karunova Street with the preserved original inventories and an adjacent garden with a lapidarium. The architect Jože Plečnik moved to a single-storey house at 4 Karunova Street in Ljubljana’s Trnovo district in 1921. Between 1923 and 1925 the house was expanded westward by a cylindrical annex. After having bought the neighbouring house in 1929, Plečnik arranged a winter garden to the south. It is here that the master lived his isolated and unconventional life in privacy until his old age.

Guided tour with mandatory booking at or (01)24 12 506.


Project information

Location of the project:
Karunova 4 in 6, Ljubljana
Year of completion:


Main architect / Office:
Jože Plečnik

Jože Plečnik – references

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