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Apartment in Štefanova

The Dukič apartment blocks were built in 1935 by architect Jože Sivec. Three free-standing blocks define the edge of the Slovenian Reformation Park and form the street corner of Štefanova and Župančičeva streets. Reinforced concrete skeletal structure, made of columns, core and ribbed ceilings is filled in by brick walls. These spatious apartments were originally intended for civil servants. Our renovation of the apartment focuses on rearrangment of the floor plan, opened in both transverse and longitudinal directions. The authors preserved original fixtures (windows, doors and the glazed living room door ) and balcony railings. Exposed ribbed concrete ceiling runs throughout the apartment creating an unified narrative ambience. New grey volumes hide the service spaces. As a tribute to the marble stone cladding of the entrance lobby, stone panels were used for a part of the apartment’s furnishings.

The project is located in Ljubljana.

Open House Slovenia 2024 – Date and time of the guided tours

09:30

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10:30

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11:30

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Project information

Year of completion:
2022
Area:
120 m2
Investor:
Private

Team

Main architect / Office:
a2o2 arhitekti
Architecture:
a2o2 arhitekti
Interior:
a2o2 arhitekti
Photography:
Ana Skobe
Other participants:

Lukaček elektroinštalacije d.o.o. (electrical installations)

Inštalacije Modic d.o.o. (mechanical installations)

Check out the expert:
a2o2 arhitekti
Main contractor:
Stavbarstvo Žerjal Marko Žerjal s.p.
Other contractors and suppliers:

Tibaut parketarstvo (flooring)

Bernard Jankovič, s.p. (painting work)

Mizarstvo Bendl (carpentry)

Vertigo Bird (lighting)

Teracerstvo Belec (terrazzo artisanry)

Kukl d.o.o. (concrete sandblasting)

Marmor Sežana (masonry)

a2o2 arhitekti – references

Interiors

Renovations

Residential projects