Slovene architecture

Velenje Promenade

Enota, Dean Lah, Milan Tomac / 2014

The Velenje town promenade is an important public space and a vital thoroughfare, which was closed for traffic thirty years ago and made into a pedestrian zone. Nevertheless, it had not undergone a complete makeover and had been used mainly as a shortcut to the city center. Now, the promenade has become a succession of small spaces with the central stage for public events by the river Paka.

Object information

Project Year
2012
Construction year
2014
Object size
17020
Investment
2700000
Investor
Mestna občina Velenje

Technical team

Architects
Enota, Dean Lah, Milan Tomac
Photographers
Miran Kambič

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Construction