bistro EK, Ljubljana Interior

bistro EK, Ljubljana Interior

The empty and forgotten semi-basement space in the 19th century Ljubljana corner building, which faces the riverside and a rarely frequented stairs-street, housed diverse ventures in the past, from a local butcher shop to a wholesale wine store. Design: dekleva gregorič architects.

The Wooden House

The Wooden House in Slovenia: Timber Home

Architects: studio PIKAPLUS

Awarded 1st place nationally in 2016 for the best wooden construction in Slovenia. The Wooden House is a residential building embodying the elusive architectural quality of blurring the line between external and internal spaces.

Chimney House

Chimney House in Logatec

Design: dekleva gregorič architects

The design of the house is primarily based on the rules of local architecture. It respects the morphology of the traditional built context, referring to the prevailing gabled roof type of the house and respecting its volumetric and material parameters.

Bank of Slovenia Central Lobby Ljubljana

Slovenian Office Buildings – Offices Slovenia

Slovenian Office Architecture, Offices in Slovenia, Architects, Images, Projects, Designs Slovenian Office Buildings : Slovenia Architecture Key Commercial Buildings in Central Eastern Europe Major Slovenian Office Development Ljubljana Administration Centre Buildings Design: Ofis Arhitekti image from architects City Municipality Ljubljana Three new buildings are designed as cylinders related with loops of spaces in different heights.…

Curtain Office in Slovenia

(Un)Curtain Office, Slovenia

Design: Dekleva Gregoric Architects

The business community today operates dynamically, impulsively and diversely. Office environments must respond to the constant changes in working groups’ organizations, to their processes and needs for personal comfort and technology development.

Apartment SP

Apartment SP in Ljubljana

Design: SADAR+VUGA

Apartment in the 19th century townhouse in Ljubljana is a place of opposites: it is both warm and cold, both soft and orthagonal. It is equally open and closed against its surroundings and both in contact and in conflict with it’s past.