Slovene architecture

Compact Karst house Pertot

Dekleva Gregorič arhitekti / 2014

When Karst was made barren after its oak trees were cut down and Venice was built on them, the rocky landscape influenced the tradition of small compact stone houses. This tradition is still alive today, and was followed in our case. The small stone house explores the relationship between the modern and the traditional, investigates the features of traditional anonymous architecture and sets the relationship between the modern interpretative design and the traditional creativity.

 

 

Object information

Leto izgradnje
2014
Velikost objekta
92 m2
Nagrade
Golden Pencil 2015
Investitor
B Pertot

Technical team

Arhitektura
Dekleva Gregorič arhitekti, Aljoša Dekleva, Tina Gregorič, Lea Kovič, Vid Zabel
Fotografije
Janez Marolt

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