Slovene architecture

Hotel Jelka Pokljuka

Metka Černe, Janko Rožič / 2013

The renovation of this tourist accommodation unit into a hotel was based on sustainable development criteria, contemporary architectural knowledge and old building wisdom. Natural materials were preferred, so the ground floor is partially covered in stone, the upper floor and the annex feature larch wood coating. Simple shapes, derived from old, well-tested patterns, are intertwined. The facade coating also serves as balcony railing, which adds uniformity and allows the light to shine through as in a forest.

Object information

Project Year
2009
Construction year
2013
Object size
1750
Investment
180000
Investor
Pokljuka turizem, d.o.o.

Technical team

Architects
Metka Černe, Janko Rožič
Landscape architects
Metka Černe, Janko Rožič
Photographers
Janko Rožič
Mechanical engineers
Vladimir Menard
Electrical engineers
Aleš Bregar
Construction engineers
Metka Rutar-Piber, Blaž Hrastnik

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