Slovene architecture

Scandinavian house

Mojca Gregorski, Miha Kajzelj, Modular arhitekti / 2013

The house, built mostly in wood, evokes Scandinavian openness and proximity to nature. The residential part of the building is a single open volume, up to the gable roof. A suspended construction between two floors adds an interesting touch to the interior. The lower terrace features an open pool with fitness spaces next to it. This part of the house has a green roof, which makes for a smooth passage of outside nature into the interior.

 

Object information

Project Year
2008
Construction year
2013
Object size
300 m2
Investment
700.000 eur
Awards
Golden Pencil 2015 from ZAPS
Investor
zasebni
Institutions

Technical team

Architects
Mojca Gregorski, Miha Kajzelj, Modular arhitekti
Photographers
Miran Kambič

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Construction