authorized architect, founder of the studio
He studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava. He got his start at the legendary company Stavoproject. In 1997, together with architects Peter Eisenreich, Dusan Ferianc and Roman Hájek, he established AEFH studio, which belonged among the main players in the new wave of Slovak architecture. In 2006, together with his father, the major Slovak urban planner Tibor Alexy, he formed the studio ALEXY & ALEXY. In the same year, he started to serve as associate lecturer professor at the Faculty of Architecture and Design STU.
Prof. Tibor ALEXY
1929, Padarovce - 2018, Bratislava
He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Building Construction at the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, where as a student, thanks to his talent for sculpting, he became an assistant of the academic sculptor Tibor Bartfay. At the Faculty of Architecture, he remained active until 2002 as an important member of the staff and head of the Urbanism Department and one of the founders of the so-called “Urban School of Bratislava”. He concentrated mainly on spatial shaping and the humanization of Bratislava as well as other Slovak cities. He has participated in several national and international competitions. In 1967, he won the highest award in an international competition of Bratislava - Petrzalka and in 1971 was awarded second prize at the International Competition of Wien - Süd. He is the holder of the Dusan Jurkovic Award, winner of the Gold Medal of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava and the A. Stodola Gold Plaque. His life's work is crowned by the Emil Bellus Award, 2001.
After completing her studies at the Faculty of Architecture of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, she worked at the Institute of Construction and Architecture of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, where she devoted her research to the history of Slovak architecture of the 20th century. She completed a scientific internship at the TU Wien - Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Bauforschung und Denkmalpflege. In parallel, he is engaged in architectural journalism and publishing. In the years 2004-2013, she was the editor-in-chief of the Slovak edition of the Swiss magazine Atrium, and in 2021 she was an editor-in-chief of the critical magazine ARCH about architecture and other culture. She is the author and editor of several publications about contemporary Slovak architecture.