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0SPP Journal | Issue 57 | December 2012

Discovered Details: Slovenian Details

0Mark Nedzbala, AIA is an architect working in Vicenza, Italy. “For more than thirty years I’ve been returning to Slovenia where I met my wife while working for an architectural firm in the 1970s. On a recent trip back to see family and friends, we found this brickwork ventilation detail at the edge of a small village in an Alpine valley.”

0The structure dates from 1872 or earlier and is located in Sentjanz, in central Slovenia.

0(Photograph by Mark Nedzbala)

0(Photograph by Mark Nedzbala)

0Another detail shows a wood joint detail in a heavy timber framed agricultural drying structure. It is approximately 150 years old and located in Trzin, Slovenia just north of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

0(Photograph by Mark Nedzbala)

0(Photograph by Mark Nedzbala)

    
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