In recent years, roundabouts have become a very visible part of the public space. The buildings and sculptures in their centers have started to significantly influence the image of places in Slovenia as well as elsewhere in Europe.
14 local experts from the fields of spatial planning, social sciences and arts will talk about the phenomenon of roundabouts during short 10-minute lectures to initiate a public debate about their role in public spaces with a concluding keynote lecture by guest lecturer Miguel Álvarez Martínez.
Free entry, no registration needed.
14:00 Zaš Brezar, spatial architect
14:10 Jaka Babnik in Miha Colner, Top location
14:30 Dr. Tomaž Tollazzi, construction engineer, FGPA
14:40 Darja Matjašec, spatial architect, BF
14:50 Dr. Pavel Gantar, sociologist
15:00 Dr. Aidan Cerar, sociologist, IPOP
15:10 Janez Koželj, Ljubljane Deputy Mayor, architect
15:20 Matevž Čelik, director of Museum of Architecture and Design
15:30 Zoran Srdić, sculptor / section of artists working in public space, ZDSLU
15:40 Goran Milovanovič, Božidar Jakac Gallery director, Kostanjevica na Krki
15:50 – break
16:20 Dr. Beti Žerovc, art historian
16:30 Dr. Mateja Kurir, philosopher
16:40 Dr. Ana Kučan, spatial architect, BF
18:10 – 18:50 Miguel Álvarez Martínez, Nación Rotonda, Madrid
* the keynote lecture will be in English
The project is supported by the Ministry of the environment and spatial planning.