Slovene architecture

Nebesa holiday homes

Rok Klanjšček, Klemen Pavlin, Aljaž Lavrič / 2003

The residential-tourist complex is composed of four cabins and a common building. The design follows the pattern of dispersed high-mountain construction while at the same time observing the exceptional features of their location. The houses are clustered with fascinating views over the surrounding landscape opening between up them. The large glass surfaces of the cabins blur the line between the exterior and interior. Natural local materials used in the construction were enhanced with elaborate details.

 

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2003

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