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CV _ Mojca Lebeničnik

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21. 3. 1994

mojca.lebenicnik@gmail.com

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EDUCATION _ 2000-2009 Primary school Vransko 2009 - 2013 I. grammar school Celje 2013 - today Faculty of Architecture Ljubljana, University of Ljubljana mentors: prof. Jurij Sadar, prof. dr. Aleš Vodopivec COMPUTER SKILLS _ Adobe Photoshop _ Illustrator _ InDesign _ AutoCAD _ 3Ds Max _ Tower 7 _ SAP 2000 _ Microsoft Office Word _ Excel _ PowerPoint LANGUAGES _ Slovenian - native _ English - fluent _ German - basic _ Croatian - basic

Trnovska ulica 8, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

EXPERIENCES _ national and international architectural competitions organization of student and other events _ administrative works babysitting _ other casual jobs

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Ločica pri Vranskem 40a, 3305 Vransko, Slovenia

PERSONAL QUALITIES _ creative _ hardworking _ persistent _ reliable _ organized _ fast learner INTERESTS _ traveling _ poetry _ photography _ drawing _ craftwork

Mojca Lebeničnik _ architecture student


WASTE MATERIAL AMBIENT

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Mojca Lebeničnik, Eva Polenik 2014 I Žalec, Slovenia The design and execution of a private room in a public place was done in 1:1 scale. The structure is mainly composed out of waste material. A light wooden construction, made of fallen branches and binded with wire, represents the main shape of the object. A horizontal tensile wire construction is responsible for stability and offers a base on which the filling is attached. Plastic bags, filled with air and disposed newspaper, compile a repeatable pattern ambient.

The intervention was placed on the grounds of Primary school Griže near Žalec. It was used as an outside or inside object for intimate play. Light construction enabled the object to be easily transported and it was the main attraction for children as it was unique and completely original in their environment.


STADIUM NOWHERE - research of the history of Plečnik's stadium

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Mojca Lebeničnik, Anja Jelen, Darko Gavrilović, Katja Lipič, Neža Lazar 2015 I Ljubljana, Slovenia Plečnik's stadium has been falling apart for years. Due to a disagreement between local residents, investors, public and representatives of the architectural profession, the renovation has been at a standstill. Because of this, one of the largest works of Plečnik is losing its battle with time. To point out this issue, we have completed a project through which the past of the stadium was shown to the public as well the present state. The stadium is currently hidden behind a wall, so the public cannot even see the state it is in.

We designed portable pavilions that represented the issue at hand and carried them around the city at the day of the exhibition to reach out to as many citizens as possible and inform them of the problem. http://gittejuul.dk/stadium-nowhere/ http://gittejuul.dk/stadium-nowhere-pa-mao/


KINDERGARTEN Mojca LebeniÄ?nik, Katja LipiÄ? 2015 l Cerkno, Slovenia Kindergarten is designed as a set of smaller uniformly known units (traditional Slovenian gable roof). On the inside the rooms can be rearranged and connected as needed, thanks to rotating wall elements. The object is made from two sets of different heights. The higher set, consisting of common rooms (dining room, library, gym), is oriented towards the road, while the lower set faces a green yard and is intended for playrooms. The rotating walls enable the multi-purpose common area, the playrooms and the outside playground surfaces to completely connect and open up.

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CINEMA MINIPLEX

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Mojca LebeniÄ?nik 2016 I Ljubljana, Slovenia A smaller complex of a city cinema with four halls is placed in the city centre. The building is designed in a way which exploits the incline of the halls and creates a transverse passage between two streets for pedestrians on the ground floor. The accompanying programme is put into the first floor while the ground floor remains completely open for public. The existing green surfaces on the location are preserved and included in the design.

The design of the building was completed in collaboration with professionals of the cinematography profession (Kinodvor- city cinema) and represented to the public on 27. LIFFe festival. http://www.kinodvor.org/dogodek/javna-predstavitev-projekta-novi-kino-za-ljub ljano/


FOLLOWING THE FOOTSTEPS OF STREET ARTISTS Mojca LebeniÄ?nik 2017 I Ljubljana, Slovenia Ljubljana is a well-developed tourist destination. A path which both reminds of the existing street art and encourages current street artists to express themselves is an alternative to the usual tourist destinations. With the application of a red line we connect already well known alternative art areas with places that have potential to become such and places where street artists usually perform.

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CITY'S GREEN ROOF_a street's green alternative

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Mojca LebeniÄ?nik 2017 I Ljubljana, Slovenia A level above streets and buildings a green alternative to a street is designed. In the crammed city centre, where there is no room to build new buildings or parks, we create green paths with a view over the city between the existing structures. The instalment offers room for recreation and relaxation in the city centre and relieves pressure of the streets that are packed with people. The instalment works differently in various weather conditions and offers a wide variety of usage possibilities.

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CASTLE RESORT _ from the past to the future - hand in hand with nature

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Mojca LebeniÄ?nik, Amadeja Belej, Karin Srakar 2017 - Roccamandolfi, Italy

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We installed self-sufficient bivouacs, which can be folded into an unnoticeable platform when they are not in use, in the midst of trees on the gradual slope of the hills. The rest of the series (reception, restaurant, laundry room, kitchen, ‌) is placed on the rocky hillside under the ruins of the castle.

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FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE_an extension of the existing structure

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Mojca LebeniÄ?nik 2017 I Ljubljana, Slovenia Faculty of architecture of Ljubljana has been active since 1920. Despite many changes and developments in the world, the study type hasn't changed much since then. Rooms, such as lecture halls and drafting rooms are adjusted for classes, seminars and workshops. Our project focused primarily on the question of improving the educational system to help raise a community of quality architects. A renovation of the existing building followed based on principles of collaboration and integration. Two extensions are added to the existing building, one on each side. They help transform the rigid building into an open fluid space. The extensions include multiple multi-purpose rooms that can be adapted according to current needs of students and professors. One room can be a big lecture hall and changes into a drafting room, showroom or a cafe if the attendance is low. The openness of spaces, their fluidity and connectivity consequently lead to a better involvement of students and professors to life on faculty grounds. This should encourage collective thinking and form friendly bonds between students and professors thus creating a community which could cooperate successfully during their time of study as well as later on.

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AMASIKO HALFWAY HOUSE - Roof for Street Children Project

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students Mojca Lebeničnik, Anže Briški, Luka Derlink, Nastja Fingušt, Tina Hostinger, Eva Ivačič, Laura Klenovšek, Alessandro De loannon, Ženja Maher, Mojca Mlinar, Lona Polona Pušnik, Rok Primažič, Gaber Robežnik, Giulia Sgro, Vesna Skubic, Nace Šinkovec, Matic Škarabot, Andrej Štornik, Janja Šušnjar, Jure Ule, Aleš Žmavc; mentors prof. dr. Aleš Vodopivec, doc. mag. Anja Planinšček, Gašper Medvešek, Klara Bohinc, Primož Pavšič, Katja Martinčič 2017 I Kabale, Uganda The project was developed in cooperation with Alongside Africa, an organisation that mostly looks after the education of homeless children (usually orphans or addicts) in Uganda. The structure took care of their need for additional rooms to house children. With the help of local workers we built the structure on the outskirts of a city in two months. It consisted out of closed living spaces and open but covered classrooms/workshops. A kitchen, bathroom, toilet and rooms for administration were also part of the instalment.

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Following the principles of quick and easy construction and use of local materials and methods, we designed the installation throughout the study year and also actively raised funds for the build. Collaborating with the locals, exchanging knowledge and experience on construction site, hard and persistent work, adapting and improvising were all part of an invaluable experience we gained during the actual construction. And most of all, we will always remember meeting locals and conditions in which they live, stories of people that have been using the object since and all the life-long friendships that have been made there.


AMASIKO HALFWAY HOUSE - Roof for Street Children Project 2017 I Kabale, Uganda

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