Islamic Religious and Cultural Centre

Bevk-Perović arhitekti / 2020
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RESERVATIONS WILL OPEN 15.09.2020

The ‘specificity’ of the location for the Islamic Religious and Cultural Centre is its lack of ‘specificity’ – an area near the city centre, abandoned and forgotten. Like its historical predecessors, an example being Sarajevo’s 19th-century mosques, it becomes a starting point for the development for this part of Ljubljana. The programme consists of a religious school, a cultural and office programme, apartments, a restaurant and the mosque, the first one built in Slovenia. The simple volumes are positioned as separate entities, surrounding the central square with a mosque. They are oriented towards the ‘outside’ world with their programmes, simultaneously surrounding the mosque and allowing views towards it through the gaps between them.

Object information

Construction year
2020
Object size
14.080 m2
Area size
10.979 m2
Awards
Plečnik Award 2020
Investor
Islamska skupnost v Republiki Sloveniji

Technical team

Architects
Bevk-Perović arhitekti, Matija Bevk, Vasa Perović, Ida Sedušak, Irene Salord, Tina Marn, Andrej Ukmar, Christophe Riss, Urban Petranovič, Blaž Goričan, Rok Gerbec, Davorin Počivašek, Maša Kovač Šmajdek
Photographers
David Schreyer
Mechanical engineers
Nom biro d.o.o.
Electrical engineers
Eurolux d.o.o.
Construction engineers
Gravitas d.o.o.

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Main contractor
Gorenje Projekt, d.o.o.
Construction work
Esad Mulalić s.p
Construction
Gravitas d.o.o.
Installations
Furniture
Kubus – interier d.o.o.
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