Photographer Alisha Gore (https://www.alishagore.com) visited our studio for a morning to capture how we work. Pictured: Vesna Trobec and Stephanie Gotis-Graham.   NOTE: This is actually Stephanie’s model, not mine.

TROBEC – CHIU is the practice of recent graduates Vesna Trobec and Langzi Chiu. Born in Slovenia and Hong Kong respectively, the two combine their distinct cultural lenses to explore alternative forms of habitation. Their time is split between teaching commitments and the shared space they occupy in a soon-to be demolished 1960s George Street […]

Albert Quizon from CHROFI and Ksenia Totoeva from Lahznimmo interviewed Vesna Trobec and Langzi Chiu as one of three young practices recently formed in Sydney. The other two were Tomahawk Archer Breakspear and Aileen Sage. It focuses on the theme of creative collaborations and spaces. The interview will be published in January 2014. Photograph by […]

Vesna Trobec was both a participant and invited guest critic at Gold Medal Architect Peter Wilson’s drawing workshop on the character (and then abstraction) of Australian trees. He visited Australia from his home in Germany to run a national lecture series. These are some process drawings from the workshop.

Vesna Trobec spent 3 weeks in Slovenija drawing and exploring vernacular architecture and urban & village planning. She also visited the Architecture Faculty at the University of Ljubljana to begin arrangements for an Australia-Slovenia design & research studio that she will run in 2015 taught together with Brit Andresen, which will focus on the city’s […]

Langzi Chiu and Vesna Trobec have been invited to tutor in Finding Country Intensive Design Studio lead by Professor Kevin O’Brien together with Michael Tawa, Michal Muir, Rachel Couper, Paul Berkemeier, Amelia Holiday, Daniel Ryan, Glenn Hill, Dillon Kombumerri, and Rod Simpson. The course is premised on the idea of cartographically recovering Indigenous Country by selectively erasing […]