Slovene architecture

Renovation of apartment in Mengeš

UNIKREA / 2022

The clients wanted a relaxed and comfortable home for their years in retirement and decided to thoroughly renovate their apartment. This included the removal of all interior furnishing, floors, replacement of installations, windows, interior doors and the complete renovation of the bathroom. By breaking through the inner wall, the authors connected the kitchen and living room, where they also placed panoramic sliding doors, which bring more light to the living room and open up a view of the surrounding landscape. The entire apartment is defined by a minimalist design of furniture in wooden, white and gray decor. Additional warmth is added by wooden windows and rustic parquet. Subtly added elements of fixtures and lamps in black add elegance and a modern look to the room. Bright ceramics in the hall and bathroom create a feeling of brightness and spaciousness despite the small area.

Object information

Construction year
Total floor area
56 m2

Technical team

UNIKREA, Maja Jakša
Interior design
UNIKREA, Maja Jakša
Sanjas Visuals, Sanja Despotović s.p.
Mechanical engineering
Elektroinštalacije, Irfet Hafizović s.p.
Electrical engineering
Elektroinštalacije, Irfet Hafizović s.p.
Lighting design
Krištof Potočnik Lights on studio
Construction engineering
ISEA Safet Jukić s.p.
Other participants
Jelena Čivčić

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Construction work
ISEA Safet Jukić s.p.
Fasades and insulation
ISEA Safet Jukić s.p.
Windows, doors
M Sora d.d., J.u.A. Frischeis d.o.o., Matjaž Aleš s.p.
Dekor senčila d.o.o.
Floors, parquets, ceramics
ISEA Safet Jukić s.p., J.u.A. Frischeis d.o.o., Norbit d.o.o.
IZI MOBILI d.o.o., Norbit d.o.o.
Krištof Potočnik Lights on studio