Scott Weinkle: Project for Slovenian House in New York

Slovenia when presenting itself to the world cannot be proud of it’s army or industry, however, can be proud of it’s knowledge and culture. But culture is often, as architects are well aware, left on it’s own. Not always, however, following the proposals for a Slovene pavilion in Venice, and the successful establishment of a gallery in Madrid (according to some information, it’s time is already limited since the state is no longer prepared to finance it, in spite of the excellent quality of it’s exhibitions and numerous responses they evoke) and following the preparations for the construction of the Italian sculptor Pistoletto Gallery along the Ljubinanica (the project by Greek architect Papulias will be published in one of the following issues, the out-line plan has been exhibited on a Biannual in Venice).