Slovene architecture

House renovation in Celje

Tanja Barle / 2005

These terraced houses near the Savinja river were built in 1953 as the first project of a young architect, Daniel Jagrič, and became a landmark of Celje. Because of their colourful facade they were known as the Celje beehives. They are an example of quality living with all the modern facilities. The renovation carried out in 2005 brought a radical change in the layout and provided for a very fluid contemporary living space inside the existent building shell with its concrete plates between the floors.

Object information

Project Year
2004
Construction year
2005
Object size
150 m2

Technical team

Architects
Tanja Barle
Construction engineers
Tomaž Klančnik

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Main contractor
Liwel d.o.o.
Facade
Rotech d.o.o.
Windows, doors
C&P inženiring d.o.o., Altis Idrija
Furniture
Mizarstvo Strahovnik