Slovene architecture

House Trebče

Abiro / 2016

Kozjansko is a relatively unknown region of Slovenia, characterized by diverse topography and cultural landscape, as well as by very hospitable people. This holiday home in Bistrica ob Sotli was built on the site of an old farm house. The two new buildings retain the direction of the roof ridge of the original house. The smaller building houses a bath and a sauna, while the bigger one has a two-level central space, which serves as kitchen and dining room, as well as bedroom on the gallery. Both the design and construction closely followed the principle of using local materials and local workers. The plaster is made of local sand, lime and white cement. Similarly, all other construction details are based on simple, original materials and technology. The house is an experiment in exploring the possibilities of local, regional architecture.

Object information

Project Year
2010
Construction year
2016
Object size
107 m2
Area size
16.000 m2
Investment
100.000 m2
Energy Performance Certificate
A

Technical team

Architects
Matej Blenkuš, Katja Cimperman
Photographers
Matej Blenkuš
Mechanical engineers
Peter Blažek
Construction engineers
Anton Berce

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Main contractor
Gradbeništvo Moškon d.o.o.
Windows, doors
Lesko Žiri d.o.o., Mizarstvo Petrnelj d.o.o.
Furniture
Mizarstvo Medved d.o.o.
Lights
Strle svetila d.o.o.