Alessio Princic was born in Udine on March 9th, 1958. He graduated in architecture in 1982 from the University of Ljubljana (SLO) with a thesis on the typology and identity of the village of Slapnicco (“Tipologija in Identiteta Slapnika”) which received the “Preseren Students Prize” award.
From 1983 to 1992 he collaborated with arch. Federico Marconi in Udine and arch. Pier Guido Fagnoni in Firenze, as well as completing a degree at the Faculty of Architecture in Venice.
In 1990 he started his own architecture firm in Udine and began working as a freelancer.
He continued his studies at the University of Ljubljana obtaining his PhD in 2000 where he later became assistant professor in 2005 and associate professor in 2016.
From 2008 to 2016 he was a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Maribor holding the design chairs of “studio 1” (second year) and “smart” (last year).
Since 2016 he is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Ljubljana holding the chairs of “interior design” “facade technology” and architectural composition as a “referent” of the design seminar.
He has participated in national and international design workshops and lectured at the universities of Milan, Trento, Ljubljana, Trieste, Venice, London.
With the university he develops new urban projects that seek high residential, spatial and emotional quality.
In 2015 he was invited by the architect Elviro di Meo to “Manifesto. Architecture in 10 points”, organized by the Order of Architects of Caserta, where, with other nine selected Italian architects, received the task of rewriting the ten points of architecture. He participated by developing the theme “pre-existing”.
His projects have been exhibited in Berlin, Madrid, Prague, Milan, Ljubljana, Pirano, Celovec, Eisenstadt, Udine, Trento, Treviso, San Vito al Tagliamento, Oderzo, Ferrara, Pescara, etc. and are reviewed in national and international books and magazines.
In 2007 the monograph “Alessio Princic Architect” was published in the “generazione di mezzo” series edited by architect Paolo Vocialta.