Slovene architecture

Reconstruction of Slovenska street

Dekleva Gregorič arhitekti, Sadar + Vuga, Scapelab, Katušič Kocbek arhitekti, Tomaž Krištof / 2015

Slovenska street has always been of special importance due to its central position in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Its renovation project is based on contemporary concepts of public space design. The long street will become a large square, with priority given to public transport, pedestrians and cyclists. The eastern side of the street will feature a new alley of ash trees. A crucial element of the street is the pavement, which combines two colours and forms for a carpet-like effect. This contributes to a more comfortable, familiar atmosphere.

Object information

Project Year
2014
Construction year
2015
Object size
14500

Technical team

Architects
Dekleva Gregorič arhitekti, Sadar + Vuga, Scapelab, Katušič Kocbek arhitekti, Tomaž Krištof
Photographers
Dekleva Gregorič arhitekti, Sadar + Vuga, Scapelab, Katušič Kocbek arhitekti, Tomaž Krištof
Electrical engineers
LUZ
Construction engineers
LUZ

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Flooring