Pavol Mikoljcak Architects

Pavol Mikoljcak Architects


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Pavol Mikloajcak

Pavol, born in 1981 in Slovakia, studied architecture at Vienna University of Technology with a graduation thesis “Museum der Zeitgeschichte in Bratislava” in 2007.

In the years 2003 – 2009 working for Architekt Christoph Mayr Fingerle, and 2009 – 2014 with Pichler Architects in Bolzano.
In 2015 he founded Pavol Mikolajcak Architects. The first completed buildings won several international awards and gained a lot of publicity. The iconic mountain Hut Oberholz in the Dolomites (in cooperation with Peter Pichler) is a combination of tradition and modernity. The inconspicuous, concealed extension of a country house in the Alpine Villanders was awarded for its original approach as one of the Houses of the Year 2017.
He is a member of the chamber of architects in Bolzano.

Practice Ideology

We are young, ambitious practice based in Bolzano focused on innovative and authentic architecture.

Quality can be achieved only by intense studies, conceptual and contextual thinking and a search for individuality in urban and rural typographies. Building’s identity is created as a synergy of function, site particularities, traditions, and craftsmanship. Light and materials are implemented in a technically refined way, giving the spaces authenticity and a timeless atmosphere. We understand that profound technical knowledge and a lot of attention in all project phases is a prerequisite to success – in terms of quality and our client’s schedule and budget expectations.

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