Bošan Vuga
Photo: Fulvio Grissoni, Text: Kaja Stradovnik

Vuga Boštjan

An alumnus of the Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture and the AA School of Architecture in London, and an internationally recognised architect, Boštjan is involved in tackling current issues in architecture and urban planning. Together with Jurij Sadar, he founded the Sadar+Vuga practice. He lives and works in Slovenia.

Boštjan Vuga has performed a variety of functions in the course of his professional career, including lecturer, organiser, critic, editor, businessman and chairman. He currently heads his own company, Sadar+Vuga, which he founded in 1996 with Jurij Sadar, and is also council chair at the Slovenian Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO). He is a regular lecturer at architectural schools, conferences and symposiums in Slovenia and abroad. He has edited a number of publications, including Plečnik 2007 (for the AB architecture journal) and a series of publications for the Technical University of Berlin. In 2014 he was co-curator of the Montenegrin Pavilion at the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale. Boštjan also publishes articles on current issues in architecture and urban planning.

In the past he has taught at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona, the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana, the Technical University of Berlin, the Münster School of Architecture, Graz University of Technology and Milan Polytechnic. He has been guest critic at several academies, including the AA School of Architecture in London, Bauhaus Kolleg in Dessau, ETH in Zürich, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, the Vienna Academy of Visual Arts and the University of Pennsylvania.