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Transformation is the essence of the planning process:

It is the path from an abstract idea on a piece of paper to the built reality. With our clients, we re-think the existing built tissue, spatial conditions and constraints, and transform them into comprehensive arrangements that go beyond the aesthetic, functional and spatial needs.

We offer a full range of services in the field of architectural design, technical consulting and interior design. In cooperation with professionals from different fields of expertise, we offer a complete project documentation and execution phase supervision.

Within the existing built tissue and established mental patterns, we are looking for new connections and opportunities. With each solution we try to offer an answer to the widest range of questions and thus create a spatial experiences with added value.


Žiga Kreševič, M.A.

licensed architect, project lead

Since graduation at the Faculty of Architecture at the University in Lubljana under the mentorship of prof. Jurij Kobe in 2012, I worked both as practicing architect and an educator. During my studies, part of which I also did at the Instituto Superior Tecnico in Lisbon, I have worked in the office Atelier Arhitekti and participated in several public and invited competitions.


Between 2013 and 2018, I was a lecturer and assistant at the Institute of Architecture Technology (IAT) at Graz University of Technology. Since 2018, I have been leading "transform", an architectural office, and since 2020 I am an assistant at the Department of Spatial Planning (Department of Architecture / Faculty of Civil Engineering, Traffic Engineering and Architecture / University of Maribor).


Ana Lovrec Medved, m.i.a.

freelance architect

Ana Lovrec Medved is an architect and publicist who completed her master's degree in 2021 under the supervision of prof. Maruša Zorec at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, but also partly studied at the Faculty of Architecture in Liège, Belgium, as part of a student exchange programme. During her studies, she took part in many workshops and projects, while also working as a journalist and editor at Radio Terminal. Since the beginning of her studies, she has been interested in the history and interdisciplinarity of architecture, which she demonstrates in her own research projects on architectural history, especially modernism. With the projects Spremembe (Changes), a guide to architecture in Maribor between 1920 and 2000 and her master's theses, she draws attention to the state of modernist architecture in Maribor. Since the end of her studies, she has been working both in practise and in architectural journalism, as she has been a doctoral candidate at the Institute for Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies at the Graz University of Technology since 2023.

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