Slovene architecture

Čufar Square

Scapelab, Bruto / 2003

Čufar Square, one of the most important urban areas of Jesenice, is surrounded by important public buildings: a high school, a cinema, a theatre and a library. The refurbished square is an exciting multifunctional space that can serve as a city square, a social meeting place or even an open-air concert venue. In the centre of the square there is a water element – fountain – that can provide a multitude of effects through a computer-managed system of valves. Low cost materials are enhanced by the use of colour that can be refreshed or changed every few years.

 

Object information

Construction year
2003
Object size
4000 m2
Investment
250.000 eur
Investor
Občina Jesenice

Technical team

Architects
Marko Studen, Matej Kučina, Jernej Černe
Photographers
Bor Dobrin

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