Sustainability is the big word of 21st century architecture. But are we doing it right?… Read More Sustainable and client specific in architecture
Are we not, by any chance, with solving one spacial problem in a small scale, in fact creating another – this time much bigger?… Read More Preserve our cultural landscapes!
This year’s 14th of February was bleak and rainy day. A perfect day for finally “reading a good book while drinking hot cocoa” (something you have been promising yourself the whole winter.) or (let’s be real) a good old-fashioned Lord of the Rings marathon. Still, Valentine’s day arts and crafts market, organised by ARTish in Kino… Read More ARTish crafts market – a review
Recently, there has been quite a debate here in Slovenia about quotas for music on the radio. Currently, 40% of all the music on the public radio (20% on all other radios) has to be Slovenian. A group of MPs wanted to increase that percent, but failed to get the bill through. Of course, various… Read More On protection of culture and some folk music
In 2013, I went to Ireland for two weeks, hitchhiking around the west. I found interesting places and met wonderful people. I have a few stories to tell. I hope this is not the last one to be written. Deep in Kerry I was. A cheerful turf trader picked me up near small nameless village… Read More Hitchhiking in Kerry or the lonely Portmagee
I long for the times when art was accessible for ordinary human being. And I don’t have in mind only dramatic scenes of 19th century classicism, Monet’s ponds or Dalí’s melted landscapes. I long for the likes of Pollock, Miro, heck, even Rothko’ overpriced colour samples. At least they gave us something to look at,… Read More My rant on conceptual art
“If you are lucky, and if you live long enough, and if you trust your materials and you trust your instincts, you will see things of beauty growing up in front of you, without you having anything to do with it.” Michael Cardew – potter (1901 – 1983) Some time ago, I found this interesting… Read More A comment on Cardew