Svet vmes was founded in 2010 in Ljubljana, Slovenia with an urge to question, explore and expose the potential of left over, ‘in-between’ spaces within educational and public buildings. By shifting between observation and action, svet vmes analyses the existing dilapidated interior and exterior ‘in-between’ areas, to locate the sore points and to remediate, heal and transform them into places of events, potential, comfort, interaction, negotiation, delight and seclusion, inventing a new kind of ‘loaded’ interstitial typology. Our interventions of various scales allow us to instigate and explore new ‘in-between’ behaviours, encourage spatial sensitivity and emergence among people whilst challenging their daily patterns and existing social reality. svet vmes has in the last few years continuously modified and transformed into a research design practice, whose work is locally and internationally recognized, published and awarded. The office is led by two founding partners, architects Jure Hrovat and Ana Kreč who is currently a practice – based PhD candidate at KU Leuven, Department of Architecture, Campus Sint Lucas Brussels in Belgium while teaching at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture.