We’d like to take the opportunity to introduce you to the Clients Favorite winners of our “Omuli Museum Of The Horse” competition – Eliska Turanska, Jana Stofan Stykova and Katarina Stachonova from Slovakia!

Eliska Turanska, Jana Stofan Stykova and Katarina Stachonova from Slovakia

We are team of architects, civil and construction engineers (4 total). We all graduated from the Slovak Technical University, and we all have experienced professional careers abroad (Denmark, Greece). For the last two years, we have shared a common office in the historical center of our town in the heart of Slovakia – Banska Bystrica.

Brief information about the projects that you/your company have been involved with. For instance, what scale have you focused on/preferred, any significant projects where the company/ individuals have been involved?

We work mostly on local project of different scales, both private and public (offices, hospitals, museums, etc.). We have also organized a workshop on architecture for children. We care about the ecological profile of our projects; as a construction material, we mostly use timber, and for insulation we use natural fibers.

What does architecture mean to you and what is the role of an architect in your society?

We believe in the positive impact of our practice on people and environment. For us, it is a way of life – we instantly think and dream about what could be done to create a better world.

Why do you participate in architecture competitions?

For fun and for the experience of crossing borders – literally and mentally.

What advice would you give to individuals who struggle to decide whether it would be beneficial for them to participate in architecture competitions?

Just go for it, there is nothing to lose, only to gain.

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