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Dunajski Kristali in Ljubljana, Slovenia by APLAN

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Article source: APLAN

Following the Competition at the end of 2006, the investor MABRA engineering entrusted the author of the winning elaborate, Lečnik Darko, with the planning of the project, who, along with his team APLAN d.o.o. and colleague Rafael Draksler with the team ARHITEKA d.o.o., began drawing up projects for the business and residential facility DUNAJSKI KRISTALI.

Image Courtesy Miran Kambič

  • Architects: APLAN
  • Project: Dunajski Kristali
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Client: MABRA engineering
  • Design team: Darko Lečnik APLAN team for the business portion
  • Associates in charge: Darko Lečnik, Architect – business portion,
  • Structural: Edvard Štok and KONSTAT BIRO
  • Project year: 2011
  • Project area: 40,000 m2/sqm
  • Photographs: Miran Kambič
  • Software used: AutoCAD, 3DS MAX


Tivoli Office Building in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Studio Kalamar

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Article source: Studio Kalamar

Project: Renovation of the Delavski dom landmark building, preserving the urban dominant feature at the entrance to the city centre. The 1938 addition to the original structure is replaced by a new structure, following existing elevation line. Structuring of volumes on the southern edge paraphrases the urban pattern of surrounding villas.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Andrej Kalamar – Studio Kalamar
  • Name of Project: Tivoli Office Building
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Area: 13.500 m2
  • Client: VB Nepremičnine d.o.o., Ljubljana


xxs house in Ljubljana, Slovenia by dekleva gregoric arhitekti

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Article source: dekleva gregoric arhitekti

eXtra-eXtra-Small House is located in a specific part of the centre of Ljubljana. The neighbourhood called Krakovo has a structure of a historical village, which was in the Middle Ages supplying the nearby monastery with fresh food and is today highly protected historical area. The basic dimensions of the new house were already defined by law according to the volume of the pre-existing house, hundred years ago working as a service building of a traditional house next-door.


Local context (Images Courtesy Matevz paternoster)

  • Architect: dekleva gregoric arhitekti
  • Name of Project: xxs house
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Design team: Aljoša Dekleva u.d.i.a. M.Arch. (AA Dist), Tina Gregoric u.d.i.a. M.Arch. (AA Dist)
  • Photo: Matevz paternoster


Tree House in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Robert Potokar

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Article source: Ravnikar Potokar Architectural Office

This freestanding house-by-a-tree is a multipurpose wooden play structure, standing on its own construction. It can be erected close to trees that are unable to support additional weight. This tree house, conceived with contemporary design principles, is not modelled on any of the classic tree house forms that take their inspiration from either real houses or garden sheds. Instead, children are offered a different understanding of shapes, new spatial experiences and new forms of play.

Images Courtesy Robert Potokar, Andraž Kavčič and Robert Marčun

  • Architect: Robert Potokar from Ravnikar Potokar Architectural Office
  • Name of Project: Tree House
  • Location: Trnovo, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Designer: Robert Potokar
  • Co-designer: Janez Brežnik


Dinos Metal Recycling Facility in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Studio Kalamar

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Article source: Studio Kalamar

On its site in the outskirts of Ljubljana, Dinos company has established a recycling program which includes shredding and sorting of scrap metal. The shredder’s noise emissions called for an acoustic protective cover that was envisioned as a light steel construction overlaid with acoustic panels. Visually, the volume’s impact is minimized with a matte gray sheath enveloping three facades, while the main elevation is composed of horizontal elements, paraphrasing stacks of crushed cars in varying colors.

Dinos Metal Recycling Facility

  • Architects: Studio Kalamar
  • Project: Dinos Metal Recycling Facility
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Area: 2.000 m2
  • Client: Dinos d.d.
  • Type: production
  • Status: completed
  • Year of construction: 2002
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Dimičeva Office Building in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Studio Kalamar Designed using AutoCAD

Friday, September 16th, 2011

Article source: Studio Kalamar

The building’s floor plan and basic volume are determined by its location – it completes an urban composition set up in the 1980s with the adjoining office building. The floors above ground comprise office space with maximum adaptability of office units combination. Free from internal construction elements, floor divisions can be arranged according to user’s needs. Basement floors comprise a parking garage as well as technical and storage areas. Facade sheath reflects the office module repetition, the monofunctional program thus results in a compact volume with surface partitions of construction verticals and window openings on the same plane.

Dimičeva Office Building

  • Architects: Studio Kalamar
  • Project: Dimičeva Office Building
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Area: 10.500 m2
  • Client: Konstruktor d.d.
  • Type: office building
  • Project years: 2007-2008
  • Year of construction: 2009
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Boutique Almira Sadar in Ljubljana, Slovenia by SADAR+VUGA

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

Article source: SADAR+VUGA

It is constructed in two parts. The upper one is positioned above free-standing clothes stands and 1.5 m below the light platform with strips, located at the height of 3.2 m. The lower part extends from the concrete pavement to the top of clothes hangers.

Boutique Almira Sadar

  • Architects: SADAR+VUGA
  • Project: Boutique Almira Sadar
  • Location: city center, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Type: retail
  • Client: private client
  • Site area: ground floor of historicaly preserved secession building
  • Total floor area: 75 m2
  • Storeys: 1
  • Structure: steel structure, hanging element
  • Ceilling: permeable metal mash suspended element


Pegan Petkovšek National Gymnastics Centre in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Enota

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

Article source: Enota

The National Gymnastics Centre Pegan Petkovšek is part of the comprehensive renovation of Svoboda Sports Park in Ljubljana. It is the first of the three sports halls that are to be built on the western edge of a belt between an access street on one side and a large greened park layout with sports grounds on the other. The building of the gymnastics centre is placed on the northernmost part of this belt. The northern and western edge of the building reference the building line regulated by the spatial acts, which also stipulate the greatest built ratio and the height of the building. The strict urbanistic regulations necessitate a very compact design that allows for little deviation.

Pegan Petkovsek

  • Architects: Enota
  • Project: Pegan Petkovšek National Gymnastics Centre
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Type: invited competition
  • Year: 2011
  • Status: finished
  • Size: 6.471 m2
  • Client: Gimnastična zveza Slovenije
  • Project team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, Alja Černe, Andrej Oblak, Polona Ruparčič, Nuša Završnik Šilec, Nebojša Vertovšek


New Concept Stores for Jeweler Franchise Zlatarne Celje in Ljubljana, Slovenia by OFIS Arhitekti

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Article source: OFIS Arhitekti

The project involves the development of a new concept stores for company Zlatarne Celje. New design concept stands for 100 new jeweler stores of 3 types:
-high street flagship stores
-shopping centre shop points
-gold investment center points

Jewelery Shop Point

  • Architect: OFIS Arhitekti
  • Project: New Concept Stores for Jeweler Franchise Zlatarne Celje
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Concept: 2010
  • Realization start: 2011
  • Design Team: Rok Oman, Spela Videcnik, Sergio Silva Santos, Kiki Marien, Katja Aljaz, Janez Martincic, Janja Del Linz


Garden City K66 in Ljubljana, Slovenia by OFIS Architects

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Article source: OFIS Architects

Invited international competition – 2010_second prize

The project proposes two layered volumes embracing the rich mix of different programs and distributed in:

  • base of the volume as public programs and offices
  • top floors as apartments

The tower strip steps up and down according to the urban height limits and form terraces-gardens. Public Base volumes are separated and create open squares – dialog of external plaza with public programs and offices. Spaces are communicative, bright, fluid, and easily accessible and offer nice views and connections with surroundings: Strenia square, Park and roads.

Garden City K66

  • Architects: OFIS Architects
  • Project: Garden City K66
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Leed: Dan Kazachki, AIA, LEED AP, CSI, CCCA, Texas, USA
  • Design team: Rok Oman, Špela Videčnik, Janez Martinčič, Janja Del Linz, Katja Aljaž, Andrej Gregorič, Kasia Bernatek, Cristian Gheorghe


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