Bostjan Vuga studied at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana and at the AA School of Architecture in London. In 1996 he founded SADAR+VUGA architectural office along with Jurij Sadar.
Bostjan Vuga has taught at the Berlage Institute Rotterdam, the IAAC Barcelona, the Faculty of Architecture Ljubljana, TU Berlin and MSA Muenster. He was a visiting critic at AA London, the Bauhaus Kolleg in Dessau, the ETH in Zürich, Leopold-Franzens-Univeristaet Innsbruck, EIA Ecole D’ingenieurs et d’architectes Fribourg, the Academy of Visual Arts Vienna among others. He regularly lectures at architectural schools, conferences, and symposia in Slovenia and abroad. He publishes articles about current issues in architecture and urban planning. He edited several publications, among them the Plečnik 2007 issue for AB Architectural Bulletin and series of publications for TU Berlin.
Boštjan Vuga participated as a co-curator at the Montenegro Pavilion, at the 14th Venice Biennale of Architecture, Venice 2014.
Since 2014 he has been a president of the council of the MAO Museum of Architecture and Design of Slovenia.
Jurij Sadar graduated at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana (1987), and worked as an independent architect until 1993. From 1993 to 1997 he worked as assistant professor at the same faculty. He is the cofounder of architectural office SADAR+VUGA.
He lectures at architectural schools, conferences and symposia in Slovenia and abroad, among others Piran Days of Architecture, SCI - ARCH Los Angeles, New trends of Architecture Tokyo and Melbourne, UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design Los Angeles, Skulptur Projekte Münster, Tsingula University Bejing, BauWelt Münich, Malta Design Week, Skopje Architecture Week, Kotor Architectural Summer School, Semaine Internationale d’architecture in Nancy and School for architecture Hunan University Changsha.
Jurij Sadar is currently professor at the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana.