Slovene architecture

House JAN

Arhimetrics arhitekti / 2020

The project is a renovation of a house from the 1990s. The key challenge of the project was how to intelligently connect and open up the existing spaces by demolishing partitions. The result of the lengthy process of careful consideration, thoughtful moves and important details is a different, fluid floor plan instead of a classic extension. The longer part of the facade is oriented directly towards the garden. Two existing windows are combined into a panoramic window, which opens up a wonderful view of the nearby forest. The living room acquires a completely new character. The interior is calm and harmonious. With the combination of nuances of only one shade, there are no strong color contrasts. As a result, there are many possible ways to play with textures and materials.

House is located in Ljubljana.

Object information

Construction year
Total floor area
150 m2

Technical team

Arhimetrics arhitekti, Dare Vasiljevič, Tanja Špan Vasiljevič, Domen Puc
Interior design
Arhimetrics arhitekti
Ana Skobe
Mechanical engineering
Nilan d.o.o.
Lighting design
Arhimetrics arhitekti, Arcadia d.o.o.
Construction engineering

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Fasades and insulation
ZI-TI d.o.o.
Roofing, tinkering
Pi-Modul d.o.o.
GOG senčila d.o.o.
Floors, parquets, ceramics
Interrier Showroom
Arcadia d.o.o.